February 11, 2010

Kenya Wildlife Translocation: Robbing Peter to Pay Paul?

I read a very interesting report in the Daily Nation today. The Kenya wildlife service (KWS) plans to trans-locate about 7,000 herbivores, mostly zebras and wildebeest, […]
November 24, 2010

Is an Introduction of Elephants to the Knysna Forest feasible?

Introduction The few remaining elephants that continue to survive in the Knysna forest are the World’s most southerly elephants, and represent just a small fraction of […]
January 9, 2012

Wildlife Veterinary Volunteering in South Africa

My third week on the Big 5 Wildlife Project Another week has gone by ever so quickly here on the reserve, filled with exciting stuff that […]
January 13, 2012

Horns Poisoned to Save Rhinos

A Western Cape game reserve owner has resorted to desperate measures against rhino poaching and has injected poison into the horns of the three rhino on […]