Latest BIG FIVE Sightings
These maps are generated by Kruger Rangers while on patrol. The Rangers make use of Cyber Trackers to record information about the animals they see. The maps do not account for all sightings of these animals both by staff and visiting public as this is not captured and would be too numerous to plot. It does however give an indication of distribution based on the constant field presence of rangers.
New: Quarterly Hotspots!
Want to know where the sighting "HotSpots"; are in Kruger? Let Kruger's rangers show you were to find the Big Five - Elephant, White Rhino, Buffalo, Lion and Leopard in a series of "Big Five HotSpots"; maps derived from Kruger's CyberTracker data.
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The CyberTracker (CT) System was developed for application in conservation by Louis Liebenberg, as a user-friendly interface developed for PDA's. The system allows literate as well as non-literate field workers to record customised observations with latitude and longitude co-ordinates. If you would like to read more about the Kruger National Park's CyberTracker Program please visit the GIS Lab or if you would like to make a donation to the program, please visit our Support Page.