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Do Local Communities Benefit From Conservation

Krugerpark News Information: Dr Wolfram Dressler gave a thought-provoking presentation on how conservation areas and their neighbouring populations interact

Boreholes Closed In Kruger

Krugerpark News Information: The Kruger National Park has been implementing a new policy regarding artificial waterpoints in recent years. Starting in the 1930s, more than 360

Book Author Seeks Lion Info

Krugerpark News Information: Writer Tim Condon is currently researching a book that will cover the history of lions from the early 1800s until the present day, in the

Another Win For South Africa At International Tourism Exchange In Berlin

Krugerpark News Information: Fair Trade in Tourism South Africa has won the “TO DO!” prize for socially responsible tourism. The TO DO! Contest for Socially Responsible Tourism

All Those Little White Butterflies

Krugerpark News Information: Visitors to the Kruger National Park travelling through Gauteng, Mpumalanga and Limpopo recently, must have noticed that they were in the company of

Africa To Lose All Its Acacias

Krugerpark News Information: For more than two and a half centuries Africa has been home to acacia trees, but now nine people have decided for the entire world that only Australia

Workshop Broadens Science Teachers’ Horizons

Krugerpark News Information: Thirteen teachers from schools in and around Phalaborwa met at Letaba Camp in the Kruger National Park (KNP) on February 18, 2006 to take part in

Wild Elephants Respond To Vibrations In The Earth

Krugerpark News Information: Elephants will respond to signals transmitted through the earth without a sound whispering through the air. This has been shown by a team of scientists

Study To Investigate Owl Deaths On Toll Road

Krugerpark News Information: Last year 90 owls of at least five species were killed along the N1N4 toll highway in the Pretoria North area, and a research project is now underway

Small Ambassadors Promote The Big Five

Krugerpark News Information: Did you know the South African Post Office prints about 380 million postage stamps a year?  The Post Office chose the Kruger National Park as the place

Skukuza Cricket Pitch Hosts International Match

Krugerpark News Information: For the fifth year running, boys from Devon toured South Africa to meet their cricket counterparts on the fields of Cape Town and Skukuza in the

Seeds Efficient Hitch Hikers

Krugerpark News Information: Just returned from a walk to have a look at the effect of water run-off after recent heavy rain. Waterfalls are running after a few dry years. Rivers are

Satellites May Help Pilots Avoid Storms

Krugerpark News Information: Pilots may soon be able to avoid rain and turbulence if a new method of analysing satellite data takes off. Developed by scientists at the University of

Rainfall Affects The Survival Of Wild Dog Pups

Krugerpark News Information: ew research on the wild dog population in the Kruger National Park has revealed that the amount of rain that falls before wild dogs give birth to pups

Radar Equipment To Be Installed At Skukuza

Krugerpark News Information: Skukuza has been identified by the South African Weather Service as one of three priority locations in the country for a sophisticated radar apparatus

Ocean Going Students Dock In Kruger

Krugerpark News Information: When they docked in Cape Town, students on the “Semester at Sea” programme opted to either spend time in the mother city or in Kruger. These students

New Guidebook Reveals Limpopo’s Birding Wonders

Krugerpark News Information: The Limpopo Province has 10 internationally recognised Important Bird Areas, and the soon-to-be-released Great Limpopo Birding Route Self Drive

More Black South Africans Visit SANParks

Krugerpark News Information: Latest tourism figures have shown that the number of black South Africans visiting national parks operated by SANParks has increased across the board

Minister Highlights Tourism Grading Councils Successes

Krugerpark News Information: Tourism minister Marthinus van Schalkwyk has said that government's identification of tourism as a sector of the economy earmarked for priority

Minister Challenges Tourism Industry

Krugerpark News Information: Tourism minister Marthinus van Schalkwyk has issued a challenge to the tourism training industry and backed it up with R7.5 million in funding

KZN Cotton Farmers At Centre Of GM Debate

Krugerpark News Information: The small-scale cotton farmers of the Makhatini Flats in KwaZulu-Natal are being used as examples by both seed giant Monsanto and green organisations to

Department Begins Campaign To Fight Illegal Guiding

Krugerpark News Information: For the last 16 years, the world has celebrated International Tourist Guides Day on February 21. This year South Africa had the theme “Fighting against

Buffalo Hides And Other Animal Byproducts On Sale From KNP

Krugerpark News Information: The Kruger National Park (KNP) is selling a roomful of animal by-products from its Skukuza storehouses, with the bulk of the tender being more than 340

A Conservation Conversation

Krugerpark News Information: In South Africa there is an increasing focus on communities living adjacent to protected areas. 'People' issues are slowly becoming as important as

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
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