Playful Youngsters

A few days ago we experienced cooler weather and the younger animals decided to make use of these conditions to get up to some mischief. On one of our game drives we had a wonderful sighting of the Machaton pride cubs all making use of a dead tree and playing ‘king of the castle’. This […]

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Protecting South African rhinos: what you can do

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The below article is courtesy of Kruger 2 Canyon newspaper. You can visit their website at www.kruger2canyon.co.za RHINO CONSERVATION – Conservation bodies, private reserve owners and the public are coming together to wage war against the onslaught of rhino poaching that is taking place within South Africa’s borders. The Wilderness Foundation believes that one of […]

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Elephant Tracking Report No. 5: Late July to Late August 2011

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The below report has kindly been provided by Save the Elephants South Africa. Based at Tanda Tula Safari Camp, the team of Save the Elephants South Africa track elephants, including some of Africa’s biggest tuskers, across boundaries from Private Nature Reserves to National Parks and across international boundaries to Zimbabwe and Mocambique. They identify individual […]

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