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PEAP (Public Education and Awareness Project) was founded by 3 of the Gauteng based Honorary Rangers (2 from Johannesburg region and one from West Rand). Their committee has been joined by an HR from Pretoria region. Most of their exhibitions and school visits have been within Gauteng and there is more than enough scope to keep them busy...
Boulders Beach –Table Mountain National Park– is one of SANParks’ best universally accessible destinations. The wide boardwalk takes all visitors, mobile and dependent on wheelchairs, right down to Foxy Beach and allows marvelous close-up views of the scores of African Penguins that call this place home.
Monday the 28th of August, 2006 was a special day for the Veterinary Wildlife Services (VWS) in Kruger National Park. It was a day that accommodation in Skukuza Staff Village was handed over to the park by the donor Thubelisha Homes in a deal brokered by the Honorary Rangers VWS National Project...
We have received a wonderful selection of quality entries for our inaugral SANParks writing competition. Thank-you to everyone who has made the effort to make this competition a success. However, your job is not done... the public judging of the competition begins today, Monday 4 September 2006, and continues until the 5 October. We are inviting all members of the public, SANParks staff members, competition entrants and their family and friends to assist us in the public judging process...
The Honorary Rangers of the Free State Region are thinking about the future. They realise that if they want to continue to contribute meaningfully towards the conservation of our natural heritage, they need to focus their efforts on the youth of their region, and mentor the next generation of conservationists...
About two years ago, the former Park Manager of West Coast National Park approached the Honorary Rangers of the West Coast Region to start a project to relocate a breeding herd of Grey Rhebuck (Pelea capreolus) to the Park. The SANParks structure had been unable to offer an acceptable source for these animals and so the HR's used their wide contact base to find someone in the privare sector... Little did they know then what a thrilling and exciting project this would turn out to be!
The latest Gauteng Shopping Centre display by the Honorary Rangers took place at Elardus Park Shopping Centre in Pretoria from Thursday 3rd to Saturday 5th of August. It was a tricky display as for the first time with the numerous shopping centre displays done in the past, the location was an outdoor one.
For the past 2 years, the Johannesburg Honorary Rangers have been able to sell a night at the Barnyard Theatre in Broadacres. The profit from these entertaining nights goes towards valuable conservation projects in SANParks...
It’s time to emerge from winter hibernation, haul out your golf clubs, and set your wild side free as we celebrate the 2006 Pretoria Region’s annual Golf Challenge. This year’s Wild About Wildlife challenge will be held at the Silver Lakes Golf Club on Thursday, 5th October 2006...
This is an ideal opportunity for companies, individuals and golfers in general to come to Beaufort West for an enjoyable weekend on the golf course. Its a great way to build team spirit and relax in the wide open spaces of the Karoo National park, which has accommodation specials running for the event.
There is a lush and vibrant waterhole in the Kwaggasvlakte section of Marakele National Park. The area is characterized by sweet-veld, acacia thornveld and combretum woodland. The rich habitat diversity within a small area attracts plentiful wildlife. It’s hard to believe that there is no natural, permanent water supply to the area...
This year is the tenth anniversary of the Wilderness Craft Market, hosted in the Wilderness National Park on the banks of the Touw River. The market is fundraising inititaive started by the Southern Cape region's Honorary Rangers.
The Johannesburg region Honorary Rangers are hosting thier annual Golf Day on the 29 September 2006 at the Royal Johannesburg and Kensington Golf Club. Funds raised go towards environmental education, Ranger Support Services, Vetenirary Wildlife Services alien plant elimination and upgrades of tourist facilities. See attached form...
The West Coast Region of Honorary Rangers yesterday formally handed over a brand new 20-seater Mercedes Benz bus to SANParks at West Coast National Park. The bus will be used to support the parks youth outreach efforts. Says Park Manager Xola Mkefe "Three and a half thousand kids visit our parks as part of eco-educational programmes, and that does not include the 500 kids from the 'kids in the park' programme. Many of these kids have no way of exploring the 30 000 hectare park"...
The Honorary Rangers of the Addo Elephant National Park (AENP) are once again organising their Annual Golf Day. This year it will be held on Friday the 11 August at the Humewood Golf Club.
On Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th July 2006, an exciting new introductory birding course is being offered on the West Coast, as part of the continuing efforts of the West Coast Honorary Rangers.
Golden Gate Highlands National Park will be hosting its first ever Big Birding Weekend in November 2006. The weekend is the result of collaboration between the park and the Honorary Rangers from the Free State, Vaaldriehoek and Bankenveld Regions.
Did you know that 'Punda Maria' was so-named in 1919 and comes from the KiSwahili name "Punda milia"? This literally means "striped donkey". A Zebra was the fist animal that Ranger JJ Coetzer saw when he arrived in the area from East Africa. He combined the "Punda" with the name of his wife, "Maria"...and although there is no record of what either the Zebra or his wife thought of this odd coupling, the book:“ A Dictionary of Kruger National Park Place Names” holds many fascinating insights into KNP names...
"We stage exhibitions about poaching because poaching potentially drives certain species to extinction, jeopardises our natural heritage, and in turn damages an industry which has the potential to fight povery and uplift our country" says Louis Lemmer, commenting on the counter-poaching efforts of the Petoria Region Honorary Rangers.
Ranger Support Services have organised a SANParks Golf Day on the 23 June 2006. All funds raised will be donated to the SANParks Anti-Poaching Unit.
The Lowveld Region Honorary Rangers are co-ordinating a Golf Day Fundraising event to develop accessible trails in the Kruger National Park for people whose mobiliy is impaired. This includes the elderly, the physically challenged and the infirm.
With the support and encouragement from the Marakele Park Management, the Marakele Honorary Rangers were, for the fifth consecutive year, responsible for building and helping to manage the Marakele National Park stand at the recent Thabazimbi Wild Expo.