Paying for things that money can't buy: Another year of funding the Timbavati Private Nature Reserve - Read more here about our evolving and highly successful reserve financing model.
About Elephants Alive For more than twenty years, Elephants Alive (originally Save the Elephants SA), has been studying the elephants of the Greater Kruger Area, more recently known as the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park. Our study area spans three countries and includes
Written by Kyle-Mark Middleton According to the Zulus, who call Ground Hornbills iSingizi, this is what they say when they call. First the female calls:“Ngiyemuka,ngiyemuka ngiya kwabethu.”(I am going away, going away to my people)To which the male answers: “Hamba, Hamba, kad’usho.”(Go,
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O2QKPJC0CQY For a fascinating peep into the world of Pangolin's, watch this incredible 3 minute trailer video thanks to Bruce Young, producer of the full length documentary “Eye of the Pangolin” available on YouTube Pangolins or scaly anteaters are tiny creatures (with
By William Sonnenberg, TPNR Landowner & Member The African bush can throw all kinds of nasty things at you when you’re out on an anti - poaching patrol. But when you’re a highly trained canine ranger like Akhal you learn to
Vultures are in big trouble. All over Africa populations are declining. South Africa is no exception. Poisoning, “muti” killings, loss of habitat and scarcity of prey are some of the reasons for the decline ALTHOUGH THERE ARE HEALTHY VULTURE NUMBERS IN THE TIMBAVATI, THEIR
By Wendy Collinson, Wildlife and Transport Programme, Endangered Wildlife Trust Deadly roads We have all accidentally collided with an animal at some point in our lives, be it a small butterfly, a bird or something larger like a kudu. Ironically, many of these
With the recent outcry around the devastating effects of a little sesame seed sized beetle, managers within the Greater Kruger Landscape are recognizing that something needs to be done and quickly before it is too late. The Polyphagous Shot