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Kruger National Park
Field ranger, Thomas Mathosi has stabilised in hospital after the vehicle in which he was a passenger was overturned by a group of elephants while they were on patrol in the far northern part of the Kruger National Park at around 11:15 this morning (Tuesday March 13, 2007).
Team Wild is coming to town! The Southern African Natural History Unit (SANHU) has been approached by SABC 2 to produce 26 short inserts for a YoTV programme called “Team Wild”. The series will be presented by two local children from Skukuza Primary School. The inserts will be part reality, part documentary, aimed at 6 to 9 year old viewers.
Since 2003 Marna Herbst, a PhD student from the Mammal Research Institute (MRI) of the Department of Zoology and Entomology at the University of Pretoria, has been learning more about the private lives of Kalahari African Wildcats.
In August 1975, Harry Matthysen took the first steps to establish the Skukuza Nursery as it is known today. The initial objective of the nursery was to supply and cultivate the camps with grass and other indigenous plants and to enable resident personnel to plant indigenous plants in their gardens...
If you know of individuals or organisations who are making a significant contribution to conservation in South Africa, please read more about the SANParks Kudu Awards, download the Award Categories and fill in a nomination form...
On behalf of SANParks, congratulations and thank-you to everyone involved in the inaugral cricket weekend!! While the cricket weekend was an opportunity for inter-park co-operation, community outreach, as well as a platform to bring our online community together, there was also a fund raising objective. Just one week after the event the total amount of money needed to purchase and install the Nossob Webcam was met and exceeded, with money still coming in!
How to monitor the degradation of the landscape and vegetation has been a question intriguing ecologists over the years. Having an idea of the how functional and healthy the soil condition is, is vital in any management decision-making process.
Kruger National Park lions are in the spotlight again. This time, the question asked is what they prefer to eat. As part of a collaborative study between the Mammal Research Institute (MRI) of the Department of Zoology and Entomology at the University of Pretoria and the University of California at Berkeley (USA), lions are being monitored in the Satara area, to see where they are going and if they choose to eat buffalo.
With the ICC World Cup rapidly approaching, cricket fever has spread as far as Skukuza in the Kruger National Park (KNP) where a feast of cricketing action is planned for this coming weekend (February 22 – 24, 2007).
Specialised help was needed to move an automatic weather station from is current position near Skukuza airport to its new home at Pretoriuskop.Richard Kenner and George James of SANAS (Inteltronics) undertook this daunting task of moving the nine metre tall tower and its precision instruments. Firstly all the instruments had to be carefully disconnected and removed, and then the steel tower dismantled piece by piece.
The patrolling of the two million hectare Kruger National Park (KNP) became a bit easier today when the KNP’s Executive Director, Dr Bandile Mkhize accepted five brand new motorbikes from a generous Gauteng-based sponsor.
'All the world loves a lover' and Kruger National Park in no exception. All Kruger restaurants will be running Valentine's day specials, with a menu offering a range of special options suited to the day's theme...
The beautiful Kruger landscape is home to an amazing array of fauna, flora, and, on occasion, cricketers! The cricket oval near Skukuza is surrounded by bushveld. The players? An assorted bunch of Scientists, Rangers, Field Guides and community members from Skukuza, Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, and the SANParks online forums, who plan to come out in the summer sun to play cricket and raise funds for SANParks!
The Executive Director of the Kruger National Park Dr Bandile Mkhize officially received a purpose-built gas delivery truck from TotalGaz Managing Director Mr Hugo De Meyer today (Tuesday January 30, 2007).
The Satara webcam in the Kruger National Park is being opened to the public! This webcam overlooking the Satara waterhole has been a firm favorite with SANParks ‘virtual guests’ for the last year, as they’ve spent hours peering through this ‘window’ into the Kruger National Park, watching animals and birds come down to drink, bathe and graze.
Modern technology has become important even in the heart of the African bush. GPS technology is being used to track and study animals, and computers plot the season's veld fires. The children of Skukuza primary need to be computer litterate to prepare them to function competently in modern society.
There is no way of knowing the answer to the above question, but Duke has recently been photographed with a breeding herd, and is pictured here with a calf. It is impossible to know if this is Duke’s offspring as he could have just joined this herd for a while, however it's nice to think that he could have fathered another of what must be many calves.
At around the time of the opening of Kruger’s newest camp, Tsendze Rustic Campsite, a rather unusual challenge was encountered.SABC Afrikaans radio station RSG approached KNP Public Relations Department with an idea of broadcasting its current affairs programme – Monitor - live from Tsendze and what did we think of that?
As a new year begins, SANParks continues its strategy to improve the quality of the guest experience! To do this, it is important to get the feedback from our guests. To facilitate customer feedback, we will be requesting that guests complete the Customer Feedback Form...
On Thursday 7 December two vets, Dr Danny Govender and Dr Peter Buss from KNP Veterinary Wildlife Services and pilot Hennie de Waal, left Skukuza to fit collars to seven bull elephants. It was an early 4h30 start to fly to Shingwedzi to beat the heat, as there is a risk of an elephant suffering from heat stress if captured later in the day when the temperatures are high.
Crocodile Bridge Entrance Gate in the South of the Kruger National Park (KNP) was opened again for traffic today (Tuesday January 2, 2007) after it was closed for four days due to the rising of the Crocodile River.
In order to prevent disappointment that visitors might have if they are turned away at the Kruger National Park’s 10 entrance gates, the KNP’s acting Executive Director Dr Freek Venter urged visitors be aware of gate quotas when planning their day visit.
KNP Rangers, Protection Services personnel and Traffic Officials of the Kruger National Park will be on high alert this Festive Season and will have a Zero Tolerance approach to anyone found breaking the rules...“We don’t mean to scare anyone away from enjoying their holiday in the Kruger, but we do get repeated requests from our law abiding guests that their holidays are spoiled by those who feel the rules don’t apply to them...
Prominent horticulturalist, author and indigenous plant expert, Geoff Nichols, was on hand in Skukuza to help various SANParks staff with general botanical issues. Based in Durban, KZN, Geoff is an expert consultant on various plant related topics ranging from vegetation assessment to site rehabilitation, with an indigenous nursery in Westville, KZN called Fig Tree Indigenous Nursery.
The R1.5-million upgrade to the Skukuza Game Capture Bomas was officially recognised today (Tuesday November 28, 2006) by the Kruger National Park’s Executive Director, Dr Bandile Mkhize...
By: Izak Smit (Research Manager: GIS & Remote Sensing)
A view from above might help answer questions on the ground. In order to manage Kruger National Park effectively and to understand how actions like artificial surface water provision, management fires and animal numbers influence the system, effective and well-designed monitoring programmes are crucial...
This year, the ladies showed the way at the Southern African Wildlife College graduation with Esther Sibanda from Zimbabwe the proud recipient of the best Certificate student prize and Belinda Haaketa from Zambia the best student in the Diploma class.Displaying 421 to 450 (of 578)