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Next Stage In Creation Of Hunting Laws Expected Soon

Krugerpark News Information: The publication of the draft norms and standards intended to regulate canned hunting and the multi-billion Rand hunting industry throughout South Africa
Measuring the length of the body and the tail of African lions (Panthera leo)

New Method Standardises Predator Measurements

Krugerpark News Information: The African Large Predator Unit based at the University of the Free State has now developed a set of standardised procedures for measuring lions and

Guts And Glory

Krugerpark News Information: The Kruger Park/Sterling Light Lager annual half marathon took place at Skukuza on Saturday, 5 August 2006. Up for yet another challenge, more than 1000

GM Sorghum Project Blocked

Krugerpark News Information: The South African government has denied an application from a multi-million dollar project aimed at developing genetically modified sorghum

Donation Gives Energy Boost To CyberTracker Programme

Krugerpark News Information: The Kruger National Park CyberTracker Programme has received an 'energy boost' in the form of eight new handheld computers. The CyberTracker system
The apical bud with meristem tip removed by browsing animals.

Discovering The Truth

Krugerpark News Information: If you want to discover the truth about someone, don't ask them because you will get a contrived or evasive answer. Look at their waste disposal, where

Crocodile Bridge Wins Competition

Krugerpark News Information: Jenny van der Merwe handed out the promotional prize for the best shop, Crocodile Bridge, in the Power-ade promotion to Chantell van Wyk
Golf day winners.

Corporate SA Battle It Out At Kruger National Park Golf Day

Krugerpark News Information: More than 150 golfers from corporations all over South Africa met in Skukuza to battle it out on the fairways of the Skukuza Golf Course at the second

Biofuels | Friend or Foe

Krugerpark News Information: Imagine driving your vehicle with a clear conscience, knowing that the fuel powering the car comes from a renewable source, produces fewer greenhouse

African Lion Iventory To Be Updated

Krugerpark News Information: It's hard to know how to conserve an animal species when no one is sure how many animals are left and where they occur. Until recently, this was the

The Race Is On To Find Rare Beetles

Krugerpark News Information: Three insect experts from Montana State University will be spending from late June to early August engaged in a multi-national search for some extremely

Studying Pangolin Antics

Krugerpark News Information: The Cape pangolin is a strange-looking armourplated ant-eating mammal that few people have ever seen in the wild, and even fewer scientists have

No New Evidence About Robbery At Crocodile Bridge

Krugerpark News Information: No new evidence has been forthcoming in the robbery that occurred at Crocodile Bridge Rest Camp on Tuesday, July 11, 2006. The car that was used in
Dr Bandile Mkhize and Dirk Bornman of the DBSA

New Soccer Clubhouse Opened

Krugerpark News Information: A horde of spectators joined Kruger staff to celebrate the opening of their new clubhouse at the Skukuza Soccer Field on Sunday, July 23

Manager Of Phalaborwa Environmental Node Moving To Cape

Krugerpark News Information: The call of the sea has lured the manager of the first long-term environmental monitoring node in South Africa away from Phalaborwa
Kobus and Norman Khosa

Kruger Bids Farewell To Kobus Wentzel

Krugerpark News Information: Kobus Wentzel, regional ranger in the far north of the park, thanked friends and colleagues at a function to bid him farewell at Shingwedzi on Saturday

How Well Do Guides Know Their Lions

Krugerpark News Information: Lion sightings are high on nearly every tourist's priority list when they visit a big five area, and guides at lodges often go to a lot of trouble to

Calling Young Scientists

Krugerpark News Information: Grab this chance to stir the public's imagination and win wonderful prizes. The competition gives scientists aged 20 - 35 the opportunity to write a 700
Buffalo with birds sitting on its back.

Buffalo Tested For TB In North Of Kruger

Krugerpark News Information: Sanparks Veterinary Wildlife Services and the state veterinary authority joined forces for 10 days this July to carry out a survey to determine the
Black Rhino species in the wild.

Black Rhino Subspecies Feared Extinct

Krugerpark News Information: The West African black rhino subspecies has tentatively been declared as extinct by the IUCN's African Rhino Specialist Group, and the northern white
Kirkia wilmsii (mountain seringa) - best seen on Able Erasmus dolomites near Strijdom tunnel.

Autumn Colours

Krugerpark News Information: It is often brief glimpses or incidents that leave the most indelible impressions on human minds. Springbok are so named because of the occasions they

Winter Camp Lights Fires In Phalaborwa Learners

Krugerpark News Information: Twelve high school learners from the Phalaborwa region have developed an extra dose of enthusiasm for entering a career in the sciences after attending

Will Kruger Lose Its Last River Gorge

Krugerpark News Information: The Kruger National Park has one last remaining unspoilt gorge left on a perennial river, and this pristine gorge is increasingly coming under threat

What Are The Green Scorpions

Krugerpark News Information: The name has been coined by the press and it is likely to stick as long as the legislation lasts, but are the more than 600 Environmental Management

Stakeholders Describe How They Want Kruger To Be Managed

Krugerpark News Information: The Kruger National Park held three stakeholder workshops in a 'first round' engagement with stakeholders. ďAdopting an innovative approach for the
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