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Addo Elephant National Park
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Addo Elephant National Park is celebrating 80 years of conservation and tourism excellence this month.
The African penguin juvenile birds ferried off the Addo Elephant National Park’s Bird Island in May this year have been released back onto the island following successful rehabilitation efforts.
Blazing drums, lively dancers and jubilant voices today heralded the official opening of a new training centre which is set to provide vital empowerment training to members of local communities surrounding the Addo Elephant National Park.
Ninety-four juvenile African penguins are being ferried off Bird Island, which is part of Addo Elephant National Park, today to ensure their survival after their condition deteriorated.
South African National Parks (SANParks) wish to inform the tourism industry of the closure of the Nguni Lodge concession in the Addo Elephant National Park.
SANParks’ Honorary Rangers at Addo Elephant National Park are organising their 6th annual golf day on Thursday, 12 May 2011 at Port Elizabeth Golf Club in Port Elizabeth.
In response to factually incorrect reports published by certain print and broadcast media, South African National Parks (SANParks) has issued a statement clarifying that a robbery affecting two British tourists did not happen in the Addo Elephant National Park.
They all came, the kitted; the unkitted; the experienced; and “got the new car on Tuesday” novice 4x4 drivers to the SANParks Honorary Rangers’ 4x4 training course hosted by Adventure 4x4 Academy at the Zookamma Training Track on 5 and 6 March 2011.
Addo Elephant National Park has received heavy rain – 115mm so far - over the course of this morning, however it remains open.
Five local runners from the Kirkwood community are gearing up to take part in the 50mile and 25mile Addo Trail Runs which takes place in Addo Elephant National Park on Saturday, 12 March.
The Alexandria Hiking Trail in Addo Elephant National Park has been temporarily closed for a week.
The Addo Honorary Rangers, in association with Adventure 4x4 Academy in Port Elizabeth, will be hosting a 4x4 training course where all funds raised from this event will assist SANParks to combat rhino poaching in the Eastern Cape.
Forty-nine endangered African penguin juveniles were given a new lease of life today when they where successfully released onto Bird Island following a rehabilitation process.
In less than a week, visitors to Addo Elephant National Park will be able to experience a new way of overnighting in the national park.
In response to misleading reports in the media, South African National Parks (SANParks) has issued a statement clarifying that the recent death of a man from a lion attack did not take place inside the Addo Elephant National Park.
Addo Elephant National Park Rangers have arrested a diver in possession of abalone near Bird Island in the Eastern Cape’s Algoa Bay in the early hours of this morning.
The 3rd Annual Mondi Herald Addo Mountain Bike Challenge takes place on Sunday, 31st October 2010 in the rugged Zuurberg Mountain region of the Addo Elephant National Park.
The Minister of Environmental Affairs and Tourism, Ms Buyelwa Sonjica, announced the week long free access to South Africans at most South African national parks at the official opening of SA National Parks Week 2010 in Addo Elephant National Park, Eastern Cape.
Addo Elephant National Park's fax line on (042) 233 8643 is currently out of order.
A Cape mountain zebra, an endangered species, has been shot by a poacher in the Darlington Dam area of the Addo Elephant National Park. The zebra carcass – that of a young stallion – was found by rangers during a routine patrol on the morning of 11 August.
After heavy losses of penguin chicks due to extreme winds and cold, wet weather, the colony of African penguins on the Addo Elephant National Park’s Bird Island in the Eastern Cape has been given relief by clearing weather.