Lion's Rock Big Cat Sanctuary in the Free State welcomed four lions and two tigers to it's premises yesterday. International animal welfare charity Four Paws rescued the felines from Onesti Zoo in Bacau Country, Romania, before moving them to Lion's Rock.
Sitting around a campfire, beers in hand after a day’s game-watching, talk often turns from what was seen that day to how to describe creatures in clusters. Here’s some information that could bag you admiration, and a free beer.
Warthogs and mongooses have an interesting, symbiotic relationship that rests on the phrase ‘so what’s in it for me’, rather than ‘I love you with all my heart’.
Wouldn’t you like to try Harry Potter’s invisibility cloak or use Gollum’s ring to disappear? You’re not alone. Nature’s been working on the problem of not being seen for millions of years.
&Beyond Phinda Private Game Reserve in KwaZulu Natal has announced that five specially selected dogs and their handlers will undergo an intensive 10-week training course to help fight rhino poaching in the area.
Butterflies are a symbol of new beginnings, and when the South African lepidopterists recently found a species they thought to be extinct, these beautiful insects also became a symbol of hope.
Last year, 668 rhinos were killed and 266 people were arrested in connection in South Africa. 249 rhinos have been poached and 78 arrests have been made in the country since the beginning of this year. Are we losing the battle against rhino poaching?
I was shooting wildlife (with my camera) at Tau Game Lodge in the Madikwe Game Reserve. From my room, I saw two lionesses walking along the nearby ridge. After a short while I saw three warthogs come walking along the same ridge and path that the lionesses had chosen. Things were about to get intere
Over the last century, the serval became extinct in the Cape provinces of South Africa, but private game reserves in the Eastern Cape have begun re-introducing the species in the hopes of contributing to the eventual re-establishment of these wild cats in the region.
Three lions have been released into Mountain Zebra National Park outside Cradock in the Eastern Cape. They are the first free-roaming lions in the area after a period 130 years.