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Staff rallying after the storm in Hoedspruit.

Hoedspruit rallies after storm

Krugerpark News Information: Almost three weeks after tropical depression Dando caused severe flooding in the greater Hoedspruit area, the town is still without drinking water
A view of an elephant drinking.

Having a good corporate green reputation

Krugerpark News Information: Researchers at a Kansas State University in the United States and other collaborators found that companies with the worst environmental performance
A view of the endangered orchid.

Fungi-filled forests are critical for endangered orchids

Krugerpark News Information: Orchids account for about 10 percent of all plant species on earth, making them the biggest plant family. But many orchids are threatened and endangered
A view of the tropical cyclone that hit Kruger Park.

Dando and Funso

Krugerpark News Information: Forecasters in Mozambique kept a wary eye on Tropical Cyclone Funso as it made its way down an already drenched coast during the last week of
A view of our South African endangered rhino.

Rhino poaching | South Africans demand action

Krugerpark News Information: Another 150 rangers will be deployed in the Kruger National Park (KNP) to strengthen the first level of defense against ruthless poachers gunning for the
A view of a pre-historic nursery.

Ancient Dinosaur Nursery

Krugerpark News Information: Next time you come across a group of zebra, wildebeest, blesbok and springbok typically found in the grasslands at Golden Gate National Park, picture a
A view of the drastic floods experienced in Kruger National Park.

All Kruger gates open after floods

Krugerpark News Information: All entrance gates to the Kruger National Park(KNP) are open after the heavy rains and flooding caused by subtropical depression Dando on Januray 18 and
A view of an elephant with huge tusks.

The worst year for African elephants

Krugerpark News Information: While Southern Africa faces its biggest loss to rhino poachers in recent history, Africa's elephants are now also under increasing threat, as 2011 has
A view of the depleting Grietjie Vulture Resturant.

Grietjie Vulture restaurant appeals for funding to repair damages

Krugerpark News Information: The vulture restaurant in the Grietjie Private Nature Reserve near Phalaborwa had some tree damage over Christmas after 150mm rains fell in the area
A view of a rhino in the wild.

Rhino Revolution

Krugerpark News Information: Rhino Revolution was born from the heartbreaking and escalating surge of rhino poaching in 2011 in the Hoedspruit area and surrounds, which borders the
A view of a rhino that has been dehorned.

Rhino horn Dehorning Did You Know

Krugerpark News Information: What is rhino horn made of? A CT san has shown that rhino is similar in structure to horses hooves, cockatoo bills and turtle beaks and are made up of
A view of the lake and its surrounds.

Can the law protect Lake Fundudzi

Krugerpark News Information: Lake Fundudzi is a place of worship for the Tshiavha clan in Venda, northern Limpopo. It forms part of a larger network of pools, groves and waterfalls
A marula tree.

Multi-million rand project to genetically sequence Africas orphaned crops

Krugerpark News Information: African scientists, working with peers from the University of California and with backing from international funders such as the Clinton Global
A piece of ancient bed alongside a five rand coin showing its size.

77 000 year old evidence for ancient beds and the use of medicinal plants

Krugerpark News Information: Evidence indicates the oldest bedding found in human history was made from sedge stems and leaves, was burnt regularly and served a dual purpose of
Lounge view of ranger equipment.

Rangers Diary December 1985

Krugerpark News Information: Ranger's Diary: Trails Ranger, Don English, Olifants Trails, Kruger National Park, December 1985. Sunday 1st Day spent at home. First Euopean Rollers
An elephant eating branches in its natural habitat.

New African elephant fund receives major boost

Krugerpark News Information: The African Elephant Action Plan and the African Elephant Fund received a more than R2 million boost at a meeting held in Skukuza from 12 to 14 December
A view of rhino drinking at the waterhole.

DNA barcodes reveal environmental secrets

Krugerpark News Information: Finding bad guys via DNA is no longer restricted to the world of the FBI, popular novels or television series like CSI. Now the newfound scientific power
A wildlife inventory team discovered an elephant poachers camp.

War impacts elephant populations in eastern Congo

Krugerpark News Information: Human conflict have a particular devastating impact on African elephant populations, far greater than habitat. This, according to a new University
Makoro boat beached in a dissipating eco-system.

UN focuses on Decade on Biodiversity

Krugerpark News Information: The United Nations marks its Decade on Biodiversity 2011-2020. Giving credence to its strategic plan on biodiversity and its overall vision of living in
A malaria carrying mosquito.

A supply chain map to combat malaria in Africa

Krugerpark News Information: Millions have been spent in research to combat malaria on the medical front. Hokey Min of the College of Business Administration, at Bowling Green State
Travellers on a game drive in the game vehicle.

Not enough fuel in Kruger National Park

Krugerpark News Information: The Kruger National Park (KNP) issued a statement that is does not have enough fuel for the traffic currently in the park. Guests planning their visit
Kathleen Turner doing field work collecting water samples on the Chobe River.

People and animal interactions affect water quality

Krugerpark News Information: In northern Botswana's Chobe river region, the river is the only source of water during the dry season - a source of life, for humans and animals
View of a rhino laying down on the grass.

Suspected rhino poacher arrested

Krugerpark News Information: Rhino poaching suspect wounded and arrested in Kruger. 431 rhinos poached to date in South Africa. A team comprising Kruger National Park (KNP) rangers
Nature reserve ranger checks vehicles following the rules and regulations.

Rules and Regulations of the KNP

Krugerpark News Information: No day visitor shall be allowed to enter the park with liquor. Declare all firearms/weapons of any sort at the entrance gate. Visitors using KNP border
Visitors on safari in Kruger.

Visitors to Mozambique need to overnight in Kruger

Krugerpark News Information: Visitors travelling to Mozambique through the Kruger National Park (KNP) will need to overnight either in Kruger or the Limpopo National Park (LNP)
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