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Yellow Tags Successful In Re-Sighting Poisoned Vultures


Krugerpark News Information: The wildlife poisoning incident that occurred outside Hoedspruit last October is now providing valuable information on Vulture movements and the...

Wilderness


Krugerpark News Information: 'Wilderness' has different meanings for different people. To some it is a physical area, while for others it is a psychological 'place' or state of mind...

What Needs An Environmental Impact Assessment


Krugerpark News Information: Although it is unlikely that too many people will be contemplating building a nuclear reactor or a massive power generation plant, there are several...

Volunteer Interns Ready To Start Work At Reserves


Krugerpark News Information: The 2006 Global Vision International (GVI) interns got together for the last time at Letaba Rest camp before they were scattered to the various Sanparks...

Verbally Abused Motorist Wins Court Case


Krugerpark News Information: The motorist who was subjected to verbal abuse by traffic officials on the road between Nelspruit and Hoedspruit was delighted on January 24, 2006 when...

The Challenges Of Wetland Rehabilitation In Poor Societies


Krugerpark News Information: Imagine being so poor that every morsel of food that crosses your lips has been grown in laboriously hand-tilled fields laid out in the fertile soil...

Sharpen Your Bird-spotting Skills For National Bird Week


Krugerpark News Information: In the first week of May every year BirdLife South Africa tries to get as many South Africans as possible from all walks of life aflutter with excitement...

Rare and Invasive Species Workshop Creates Enthusiastic Response


Krugerpark News Information: Solly Themba, community facilitator, facilitated a rare and invasive species workshop at the Mhala Science Centre. Attending the workshop were about 15...

Poor Breeding Seasons For Birds A Worry For Conservationists


Krugerpark News Information: Two papers published recently in BirdLife International's quarterly birding journal highlight a problem faced by conservationists trying to save bird...

Phalaborwa Eco-Schools Get Funding Boost


Krugerpark News Information: The five schools in Namakgale and Lulekani outside Phalaborwa that are involved in the international Eco-Schools programme are on their way this year...

Lions, Cheetahs and Wild Dogs most vulnerable African Carnivores


Krugerpark News Information: The conservation status of Africa's 20 largest carnivores has been reviewed in a document compiled by the Wildlife Conservation Society, with lions...

Limpopo Atlas Of Rare Birds Being Compiled


Krugerpark News Information: An atlas of where the 'big six' rare birds have been seen and are known to breed in the Limpopo Province is being compiled...

Letaba Elephant Hall Closed For Renovations


Krugerpark News Information: The Elephant Hall at Letaba Main Camp in the Kruger National Park (KNP) is in the process of receiving a face-lift and will be closed for the next few...

Journalist And Elephant Expert Debate The Use Of Game As Protein


Krugerpark News Information: A journalist for Kenya's Daily Nation newspaper has been criticised for proposing that Kenya's starving should be provided with protein by culling...

EWT Calls For SEA


Krugerpark News Information: The executive director of the Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT), Dr Nick King, has called on finance minister Trevor Manuel to set aside one billion Rand...

Demolition Team Blow Up Wik-en-Weeg Dam


Krugerpark News Information: More than 20 tonnes of explosive has been detonated on a single dam by a group of demolition experts trying to help the Kruger National Park achieve...

Crocodile Bridge Entrance Closed Again


Krugerpark News Information: For the second time this year, the Kruger National Park (KNP) has had to close its Crocodile Bridge Entrance Gate as the water of the Crocodile River has...

Big Fuss Over Small Fish


Krugerpark News Information: The gloves have come off in the fight to produce evidence of the world's smallest animal with a backbone, with two sets of scientists sparring over...

Bat Hawks Nest On Artificial Platform But No Fledglings Emerge


Krugerpark News Information: An arrow, some fishing twine, a modified braai grid and a mountaineer have all teamed up to help a pair of rare birds breed in the wild...

Another White Elephant Spotted


Krugerpark News Information: George and Iris van Rensburg were enjoying their regular weekly visit to the Kruger National Park when they were absolutely astounded to spot a pink...

Another Objection Against The De Hoop Dam


Krugerpark News Information: A sixth objection lodged last year against the proposed Olifants River Water Resources Development Project (ORWRDP) has come to light...

Annual Rangers Meeting


Krugerpark News Information: The Park's rangers met for their annual meeting at Letaba Rest Camp from February 9 to 10, 2006. It was an opportunity to avail themselves of the latest...

Young Artist Wins Kruger to Kasies Competition


Krugerpark News Information: The Kruger National Park's (KNP) outreach project ?Take Kruger to 'Kasies? was officially launched on January 20, 2006 at Mkhuhlu Shopping Complex near...

West Rand Honorary Rangers Hold 8th Annual Birding Day


Krugerpark News Information: Between January 27-28 2006 Over 600 Birding Enthusiasts From All Over SA took part in the West Rand Honorary Rangers' 8th Annual Birding Day...

Visitors And Park Staff Faced Fines Over Holidays


Krugerpark News Information: Kruger National Park (KNP) law enforcement officials had a busy time over the festive season, issuing 600 fines in just 32 days over the December/January...
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