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Scientist Debunks The Myth Of Elephants Drunk On Marulas

Krugerpark News Information: Elephants become drunk when they forage on the fruit of the marula tree - this is an ongoing myth and tale that has been established now for many years

Rare Antelope Released Into Addo

Krugerpark News Information: Five pairs of oribi were released into the 1,000ha Langvlakte Contractual Property of the Addo Elephant National Park on July 6, 2006

Lowveld Legend Dies

Krugerpark News Information: The lowveld lost one of its legends on June 9, 2006 when colonel Jan Pretorius passed away at the age of 94. Pretorius was one of the founders of the

Green Scorpions Crack Down On Crime In Gauteng

Krugerpark News Information: The department of environmental affairs training programme for Environmental Management Inspectors (EMIs) is already paying dividends, with the Gauteng EMIs
A family involved in the mudhole mission.

Follow The Dream Involving Mudholes And Missionaries

Krugerpark News Information: On a mission to bring clean drinking water to the rural poor, two enthusiastic Americans recently demonstrated the effectiveness of an award-winning

Emerging Tusker MaMerle

Krugerpark News Information: This beautiful elephant cow is thought to e the biggest female tusker in Kruger. She was first seen and photographed near the Sabie River high-water
Elephant being collared for protection and monitoring.

Elephant Collaring Exercise To Help Monitor Blind Elephant In Wild

Krugerpark News Information: Another elephant has been fitted with a GPS-cellphone collar in the Association of Private Nature Reserves adjoining the Kruger National Park, bringing

Blyde National Park To Be Declared In September

Krugerpark News Information: The Blyde River Canyon park will officially be declared as a national park on Heritage Day, September 24, this year
Palpares speciosus showing wing patterns

Ant Lions

Krugerpark News Information: Anyone with an interest in their natural surroundings will be well acquainted with the conical holes made by certain species of 'ant lion' larvae in

Science In The Kruger

Krugerpark News Information: While on an early morning game drive on the farm Rothsay, we came across a large elephant bull being accompanied by two younger askaris
Kruger staff will always remember the late Dirk Nel (65).

Obituary of Dirk Nel

Krugerpark News Information: It is possibly true to say that a man like Dirk Nel (65) had two sets of parents: God our Father in Heaven and Mother Nature and, of course, his
A juvenile Cape vulture spreads its wings.

New Tagging Methods Show Just How Far Vultures Fly

Krugerpark News Information: It was recently decided by people involved in the conservation of birds of prey that the traditionally used method of placing rings on birds' legs as
Signing of the Memorandum of Understanding.

Limpopo-Shashe Conservation Area Formally Agreed On

Krugerpark News Information: The middle of a dry riverbed is not the usual venue for a meeting of government ministers from three countries about to sign a landmark agreement, but
Marthinus van Schalkwyk in the Kruger National Park.

Greater Political Leadership and Public Awareness Needed On Climate Action

Krugerpark News Information: Ministers and heads of delegation from 22 countries met at Kapama Lodge outside Hoedspruit for a ministerial Indaba on climate action

Four Sable Released Into Mapungubwe

Krugerpark News Information: Four sable have been reintroduced into the Mapungubwe National Park and will be closely monitored using GPS collars in a test exercise to see if the

Doomsday Vault Being Built In Arctic Circle

Krugerpark News Information: More than a hundred countries have joined hands to support the creation of a huge cave on an ice-bound island just 1,000km from the North Pole on the

Discovery Points The Way To Creating Malaria-Proof Mosquitoes

Krugerpark News Information: New research has revealed information about how mosquitoes are able to fight off bacteria and disease-causing organisms such as the malaria parasite
A patch of Vernonia steetziana in flower

Deceptive Groundcover

Krugerpark News Information: The relatively good rains of the last season have produced an impression of good ground cover in most areas

Bold Steps Taken To Save Wildebeest

Krugerpark News Information: Every October for the last three years the Sabi-Sand Wildtuin (SSW) has released about 600 wildebeest into their 65,000ha reserve
Duan Biggs and trainee guides from Kasika and Impalila/

Birding Tourism Linked To Sustainable Development

Krugerpark News Information: With close to 800 bird species to lure the 'twitchers' in, South Africa is prime birding country. The many species that are only found in this region

Birding Route Offers Opportunities For 30 Bird Guides

Krugerpark News Information: A feasibility study conducted by BirdLife South Africa for the development of a Greater Limpopo Birding Route has just been completed

Tourism And The Environment

Krugerpark News Information: South African National Parks management reacted positively to the result of a case at the Makhado (Louis Trichardt) Magistrates' Court on Friday May 26

The Dangers Posed By Biofuels

Krugerpark News Information: According to BirdLife International, unsustainable production of biofuels could result in more environmental degradation than that caused by the

Stakeholders’ Forum Hold First Meeting

Krugerpark News Information: “Thank you for a most enjoyable and informative day,” said one of the stakeholders, expressing a sentiment shared by many of her co-forumites who

Spread The Word

Krugerpark News Information: Mopane worm marmite. Toast will never be the same again – at least if research follows through on current plans to diversify the number of products that
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