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This February Jan de Wet, the former KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) Honorary Rangers’ (HR) chairman, as well as Bob and Ellen Abel visited the head office of the Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife to award them with a certificate as Partners in Conservation.
At the Honorary Rangers meeting held on February 14, 2009 at the Kranzkloof Nature Reserve, Kloof (Durban), the KZN Honorary Rangers hosted 17 of the region's Junior Rangers (JR) and three facilitators.
The Honorary Rangers of KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) region received a request from SANParks in October last year to provide assistance at the Department of Education and Training (DET) career expo at the International Convention Centre (ICC) Durban during 14-17 October 2008.
A total of 200 nest boxes were handed to Table Mountain National Park (TMNP) by iKapa Honorary Rangers, in partnership with Dyer Island Conversation Trust; a US-based Special Species Project and ordinary members of the public.
The Karoo National Park’s Birding Weekend, hosted by the Karoo Honorary Rangers, will take place from 17 to 19 April 2009. Join us for a light-hearted competition with the aim of having lots of fun! Discover the tranquillity and wide open spaces of the Great Karoo.
For quite a long time the Marakele Honorary Rangers (HRs) have envisaged a bird hide at a watering point where they had previously – in anticipation of the bird hide being erected - planted reeds and water lilies in order to attract birds, insects, mammals and reptiles. The time has now arrived...
Come join the SANParks Honorary Rangers of the Counter Poaching and Rangers Support Services at the Annual Sunset Serenade fundraising event taking place in June and September 2009 at the Kruger National Park’s Letaba Rest Camp.
Ranked as one of the second best marathons in South Africa in 2008, the West Coast Marathon is set to take place on 14 March 2009. The course is undulated and enjoyable, run around the Langebaan lagoon inside the West Coast National Park.
The Reeds Motor Group and General Motors South Africa (GM) have provided a Hummer H3 to iKapa Honorary Rangers to support Table Mountain National Park (TMNP) with visitor safety over the festive season.
The Johannesburg South branch of the Honorary Rangers of the South African National Parks announced the official launch of their first national SMS Competition on 24 November 2008 in aid of conservation - for a limited period up to 31 December 2008.
The primary goal for this trip was to train and inform members of the National Youth Committee about the new Junior Ranger (JR) program, this being P&C Regional coordinators as well Honorary Rangers Regional Facilitators.
The Wilderness branch of the SANParks Honorary Rangers is hosting the first-ever Sasol Wilderness Birding Experience from October 2-7, based around the Ebb and Flow camp of the Wilderness Section of the Garden Route National Park (GRNP).
The front line staff of the prestigious 5 star Cape Grace, situated on a private quay at the V & A Waterfront attended a training course on Table Mountain National Park and its environs hosted by iKapa Honorary Rangers.
Booking opened on Wednesday 18th June for the 2009 West Rand Honorary Rangers birding weekend and by Thursday 19th June it was 90% full. Thankfully most guests provided four camp choices - Punda Maria, Crocodile Bridge and Lower Sabie could have been filled four times over! We now have 660 guests accommodated in nineteen camps over two weekends.
From January 1 to December 31 last year, the Honorary Ranger’s (HR) corps contributed more than R12 million to the coffers of SANParks. This is 11 percent more than 2006. About R4 million is made up of ‘indirect’ costs that are incurred when HRs stay in the parks while performing duties or working on projects. Janssen Davies, chairman of the HR, also highlighted other milestones for the year in his report presented at the annual general meeting (AGM) which was held at Berg-en-Dal in the Kruger National Park (KNP) on May 24, 2008.