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How Many Lions Are There In Kruger

Krugerpark News Information: The question of exactly how many lions there are in the Kruger National Park has been asked at various times over the years, with numbers of around 2,000

Elephant Hall Now Even More Magnificent

Krugerpark News Information: The Letaba Elephant Hall was re-opened on March 23, after being shut for six weeks for revamping, and is now even more magnificent than ever with the

Botswana Police Arrest Suspected Ivory Traders

Krugerpark News Information: In the last month, Botswana police have recorded three cases of illegal possession of elephant tusks, and they have warned the Botswana public that

Big Prizes For Big Tuskers

Krugerpark News Information: The Kruger National Park is planning on giving out prizes to anyone who takes photos or videos of any of the 'big tuskers' in the park

Another Step Closer To A New Orpen Gate

Krugerpark News Information: Things are looking positive for the relocation of the Orpen Gate, with seemingly only two stumbling blocks left in the path of the creation of a more

An Unusual Inspector Investigates Road Resealing

Krugerpark News Information: This year routine maintenance of Kruger's 'tar' roads experienced a slight hitch, when an unexpected wildlife encounter occurred. An elephant

Zimbabwe Auctions Big Game Hunts

Krugerpark News Information: Zimbabwe has held an auction for big game hunters, offering a variety of trophy 'bags', and raising US$1.5 million in the process, ostensibly for

Yako In Durban Environmental Management Inspectors Is On Track

Krugerpark News Information: On November 1, 2005, when the new Protected Areas Act came into effect, more
than 600 Sanparks environmental management inspectors (EMI) were

Traditional Cuisine With A Difference

Krugerpark News Information: The eating of insects, also known as entomophagy, occurs worldwide in Africa, Asia, Australia and the Americas and has nutritional benefits

Thinking Out The Box To Develop Transfrontier Policy

Krugerpark News Information: Forty of southern Africa's top experts got together to discuss scientific discoveries, current projects, and challenges involved in developing the Great

Sustainable Development Strategy For SA Coming Soon

Krugerpark News Information: The minister of environmental affairs, Marthinus van Schalkwyk, has announced the imminent release of South Africa's National Strategy for

Suspects Appear In Court For Vulture Muti Poisoning

Krugerpark News Information: Two suspects appeared in court in February on suspicion of poisoning at least 72 vultures in the Kruger National Park

No Cull Just a Rumour At This Stage

Krugerpark News Information: Various media reports that the government has agreed to postpone the culling of elephants for an undetermined period have been refuted by environmental

New Project Aims To Put Limpopos Birds On The World Tourism Map

Krugerpark News Information: The Kruger to Canyons region has a chance to find its niche in the biggest sector of the eco-tourism market by creating a birding route in the area

Make A Donation And Help Keep Kruger In The Information Age

Krugerpark News Information: In a world where personal digital assistants are the hallmark of harassed executives in a high pressure business world, many people would be surprised

Lion Researcher Dreams Of Primary Schools In Conflict Areas

Krugerpark News Information: The sayings “if it pays, it stays” and “wildlife must pay its way” have been used to justify a number of activities in the wildlife conservation industry

Kilimanjaro’s Icy Crown Melting Fast

Krugerpark News Information: Kilimanjaro's snowy crown is fast disappearing, as predicted by experts several years ago. This means not just the loss of  the tourist attraction of

How To Keep Elephants Out Of Your Mealies

Krugerpark News Information: Forget hedges, fences, torches and shouting – if you want to keep an elephant out of your mealies you need to light fires, make a huge racket bashing

Fence Between the Park and Limpopo Nature Reserve

Krugerpark News Information: When the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park was officially declared in 2002, Valli Moosa ceremonially cut down 20 metres of the fence separating the Kruger

Hotel Groups Stop Travel Agent Commission Scheme

Krugerpark News Information: Two of South Africa's top hotel groups are following in the wake of South Africa's airlines in their decision to stop paying travel agent's commission

Heavy Rains In Kruger

Krugerpark News Information: In spite of heavy rains in the Kruger National Park over the  weekend of March 3 to 5, most gates and camps were  accessible. The only exception was

Heavy Rains Crack Lesotho Dam, Communities Concerned

Krugerpark News Information: This season's good rainfalls have caused concern in Lesotho, where one of the world's highest rockfall dams has sprung a leak. One panel of the 145m

Forums Link Kruger And Communities

Krugerpark News Information: With topics ranging from the problems caused by hungry lions to the chance of finding a job in the park, monthly discussions are forging a link between

Terms used to describe the status of species

Krugerpark News Information: Endangered, Threatened, Rare, Restricted, Common and Wide-spread are some of the terms used to describe the status of species within a given area

Dramatic Encounter

Krugerpark News Information: Andre Meintjies took a series of pictures near Lower Sabie that tell a story of what happens when two of Africa's most dangerous predators come face
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