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Tracking makes it possible to be hot on the heels of poachers

The skill of tracking part 1: In this first part of a two-part series on tracking by anti-poaching units, Lowvelder goes out on patrol with a successful team to experience why it is an important part of strategy, especially where there is no fence between Mozambican conservancies and the Kruger National Park.

Vele op die spoor van Kruger 5 se spookleeu

Die wegloopleeu wat nie met ‘n verdoofpyl geskiet kon word en in die Krugerwildtuin teruggeplaas kon word nie, is op verskeie uiteenlopende plekke “gesien.” Vir veldwagters wat spore moes volg was elkeen van hierdie leidrade ‘n doodloopstraat.

Courageous park ranger makes a comeback

Last year the leader of an anti-poaching team was badly assaulted by a community defending poachers. But he is back on the block, leading a team forming a front line against wild life crime between Mozambique and the Kruger National Park.

Giraffe battle heats up blow by blow

Things got quite heated in this giraffe battle that a Londoner viewed on the road to Satara from Orpen in the Kruger National Park.

Deel 1: Bosslaghuise dra by tot toename in wurgstrikke

Navorsing wys daarop dat daar meer as 1,5 miljoen lokstrikke per jaar in Afrika gestel word. Die personeel van die Nasionale Kruger Wildtuin wys Laevelder se aanlyners hoe sommige van hierdie strikke lyk en werk in hierdie Deel 1 oor lokstrikke.


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