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Oribi survey scheduled for September

Krugerpark News Information: The Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT) is hoping to get landowners around the country to focus their attention on South Africa's most threatened small

More elephants go on the pill

Krugerpark News Information: Another reserve has started an immuno-contraception programme on their elephant population in order to help manage the animals' impacts. Eleven years

Letaba launches new accommodation units for bats

Krugerpark News Information: A new range of accommodation units was unveiled last week, as part of Letaba Rest Camp's ongoing Bat House Research Project

Kruger wins award

Krugerpark News Information: The Kruger National Park's (KNP) Road Construction team won the Vintage Category of the Armco Multiplate and Superspan Structures Awards this month

Kruger elephants head for Zululand Rhino Reserve

Krugerpark News Information: It was a very early start on Friday August 26, leaving Skukuza at 04:30, to capture two elephant bulls in the Crocodile Bridge section

Huge fish deaths in Olifants

Krugerpark News Information: Hundreds of fish have died in the Olifants River about 15 km from Olifants Camp in the Kruger National Park (KNP)

Hoedspruit Lion Man Mountain Bike Race 2005

Krugerpark News Information: Get your cycling gear ready for the 1st Hoedspruit Lion Man Mountain Bike race to take place on October 1, 2005. The race has two categories

Golf in aid of GRAA

Krugerpark News Information: The Game Rangers Association of Africa (GRAA) hosted its eighth annual golfing day at Hans Meresnky Golf Club on Saturday, August 27

Environmental hotspots not easy to spot

Krugerpark News Information: A new study published in the journal Nature has revealed that the Andes Mountains are the only biodiversity hotspot on the entire planet that merit

Elephants Alive workshop presents animal rightists’ viewpoint only

Krugerpark News Information: I wish to comment on the lead article “Is there an elephant overpopulation in Kruger” which appeared in your August 4, 2005, edition

De Hoop Dam threatens species yet to be named

Krugerpark News Information: If the 81 metre high De Hoop dam is constructed on the Steelpoort River, “there is some risk of losing unknown biodiversity”. The area where the

Cycling through the wilderness

Krugerpark News Information: For four days 105 cyclists enjoyed the open air as they journeyed through the Limpopo National Park during the Tour de Kruger

Conservation and development goals agreed on

Krugerpark News Information: South African National Parks (SANParks) and the African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) signed a Memorandum of Agreement in Skukuza, Kruger National Park

Committee to discuss placement of foot and mouth zones

Krugerpark News Information: A foot and mouth symposium held on August 24 and 25, 2005 will result in the formation of a committee containing all the major role players who are

Children! Write a story and win a trip to Italy

Krugerpark News Information: SABC Education is now looking for other talented young South Africans to emulate Peace Mnisi. They are running a national competition where children

Changing rainfall has surprising results for trees

Krugerpark News Information: During game drives in the Kruger National Park (KNP), it is doubtful if the many people peering out at the trees and grass in the hopes of seeing a lion

AFB hosts first military ball in five years

Krugerpark News Information: More than 600 guests enjoyed the glitz and glamour of the first formal military ball in five years hosted by the Air Force Base Hoedspruit

Upgrades at Satara

Krugerpark News Information: At Satara Main Camp visitors will notice development and construction worth R10,4-million over the next few months. A day visitor's site and swimming

Two new lemur species named

Krugerpark News Information: The discovery of two new lemur species has been announced after German and Malagasy scientists performed genetic analysis on wild lemurs from Madagascar

The night sky in August

Krugerpark News Information: This August full moon falls on the 19th, with the moon waning as the month draws to an end. Nights continue to be longer than days

Syndicates strip rural areas of natural resources

Krugerpark News Information: From the ultra-wealthy to the poorest of the poor, everyone appears to have something that can be taken away from them by greedy individuals

Prepare your garden spade for Arbor Week

Krugerpark News Information: The first week of September will see school children and responsible adults from around the country hauling out their spades in celebration of National

Positive vibes from hunting hearing

Krugerpark News Information: The Panel of Experts (POE) on professional and recreational hunting was given much food for thought on August 11 and 12, 2005

Lions surprise runners during marathon

Krugerpark News Information: This year's Skukuza Sterling Light Half Marathon produced a surprise for the runners – three lionesses directly in the path of the leading runners

Kruger staff receive Kudu recognition

Krugerpark News Information: Dr Bandile Mkhize, director of Kruger, handed over SANParks Kudu and merit awards at a small function held in Skukuza on Friday August 5
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