'Krugerpark News'

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Will policy makers listen to the world’s scientists

Krugerpark News Information: The world has been warned time and again about the potential harm man is doing to ecosystems around the world. Now 1,360 scientists from 95 countries.

Vintage cars pass through Lowveld

Krugerpark News Information: More than 50 vintage and classic, and a few new, cars stopped over at Forever Aventura Swadini on their way to Mozambique. The Polana Classic Rally to

Tourism Snippets

Krugerpark News Information: The environmental impact assessment process for the Lions Walk Wildlife Estate on the farm Rietvley adjoining the Kruger National Park (KNP) has now gone

Still no tenders for cleaning up the Olifants

Krugerpark News Information: Originally set for March 7, 2005 the deadline for the tenders to study the impact of siltation in the Olifants River as it enters the Kruger National

Some hints for an enjoyable stay and wildlife experience in Kruger Park

Krugerpark News Information: Read the basic guidelines or rules of the Kruger Park that are handed out at the gates on entering. Transgressions are punishable with fines. These rules

Scientific Talk-fest in Skukuza

Krugerpark News Information: From April 4th-7th 2005, the average IQ of the residents of Skukuza rocketed as the camp was invaded by scientists from South Africa and all over the

Satara staff start social club

Krugerpark News Information: All staff members at Satara Camp have been invited to take part in a new social club being organised by hospitality manager, Thabo Lawrence. “The main

No independence celebrations for Zims elephants

Krugerpark News Information: The Zimbabwe Conservation Task Force (ZCTF) has reported that at least nine elephants have been shot to provide meat for Zimbabwe's Independence Day

News Clips

Krugerpark News Information: South Africans and Mozambicans travelling between the two neighbouring countries no longer require an entry visa as from Monday April 18
A elephant crossing the road.

Mega parks and meta populations a cure for elephant overpopulation

Krugerpark News Information: Research on seven main areas in southern Africa where elephants occur has prompted Rudi van Aarde to offer a new alternative forelephant management
View of a Vulture at full flight.

Manutsa Third Largest Colony of Cape Vultures in SA

Krugerpark News Information: Visitors entering the lowveld through the J G Strijdom tunnel can enjoy the majesty of the mountain pass with their naked eye. A good pair of binoculars

Longest record of climate change in Africa extracted

Krugerpark News Information: Oceanographers battled high winds and big waves while a ship-mounted drilling platform pulled up 623m of core samples from beneath the rolling water

Limpopo leaves leopard hunters in the dark

Krugerpark News Information: Leopards in the Limpopo Province are in increased danger of being illegally killed as a result of the actions of the government department in charge of
Gorgeous Bush Shrike by Graeme Arnott

Letters to the editor

Krugerpark News Information: There are more and more visitors to the Kruger Park and adjacent lowveld wildlife areas who realize that the big and hairy are only part of a fascinating

Leopard working group formed

Krugerpark News Information: Farmers, game wardens, nature conservation officials, scientists, hunters and conservationists all met at the Southern AfricanWildlife College from

Leaves Changing Colour

Krugerpark News Information: After a varied 'rainy season' where some areas have had reasonable rainfall, while others have had almost nothing, the leaves on many tree species are

Giraffe relocated to Giriyondo

Krugerpark News Information: April saw the Kruger National Park Veterinary Wildlife Services Unit swing into action once more to capture and translocate animals for the Great
Mario Cesoure, Mike Myers, Colin Rowles and Quentin Sussman ceremonially cutting the fence.

Greater Kruger becomes even greater

Krugerpark News Information: This year looks to be a good year for the growth of Greater Kruger – fences are being dropped east and west of the Kruger National Park

Krazies in Kruger | 27 April 2005

Krugerpark News Information: I was recently visiting the Kruger National Park, staying at Satara.Whilst there we came across 11 hungry lions eating the remains of a Giraffe

Elephants To cull or not to cull That is the question continued

Krugerpark News Information: Riverine forest habitats comprise largely evergreen trees growing in a narrow strip along a riverbank. The trees obtain their water from the river or

Did you Know Snippets

Krugerpark News Information: Which constellation is the most visible during our winter months? Orion. One of the most famous constellations and visible from both hemispheres

Ddisselblom rocks

Krugerpark News Information: Perfect weather at a perfect setting, and an explosive performance from local South African band, ddisselblom, greeted 200 guests on Saturday evening

Conservation Snippets

Krugerpark News Information: Launched in August last year, the Ingwe Leopard Project had the ambitious goal of finding a black leopard said to roam the Lydenburg area. No black
Project manager and his light aircraft.

Affordable, safe flying for beginner and experienced aviators alike

Krugerpark News Information: New Zealand is a country of extreme variations in topography and weather. Not exactly friendly for light aircraft, so one can say that any flying machine

IDs brought to people in deep rural area

Krugerpark News Information: Wits Rural Facility and the Department of Home Affairs joined forces to bring desperately needed identity documents to the most vulnerable people in deep
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