The Kruger National Park’s resident population of 250 of the most Endangered carnivore in the country has now been bolstered by the addition of eight new African Wild Dogs as […]
Private landowners have joined hands with WWF South Africa and CapeNature to help conserve the sensitive vegetation of the Little Karoo and Breede River Valley through a range of stewardship […]
The Garden Route area in South Africa, from George to the Port Elizabeth municipal boundary, was granted formal recognition as a Biosphere Reserve by The United Nations Educational, Scientific and […]
Releasing balloons and lanterns into the air is extremely harmful to the environment. Five minutes of enjoyment really isn’t worth the innocent lives at risk.
Originally posted by Katherine at Almighty Girl, this blog post exposes the incredible women who have, throughout history, dedicated their lives to the preservation of the environment and its creatures, yet sadly, they remain […]
By Carina Borralho Originally appeared on Country Life. Every South African keeps a special place in their heart for the bush and its wildlife, and despite living in such close […]
Did you know? International Forest Day was on 21 March in South Africa (same day as Human Rights Day). Most of the country enjoyed the day off to share with family […]