It was an exciting moment when two Kariega rangers witnessed rhino Thandi and her calf emerge from the dense scrub yesterday. Both mother and calf have been in the bush for two weeks since the calf was born on 13 January 2015.
Five interesting facts about the aardwolf.
Having trouble knowing what to pack for your trip to Kariega? Here are five top tips on what to wear on safari.
Angie had a very busy time on the reserve before she returned to the United Kingdom for a short Christmas break. We look forward to welcoming her back in early February. Read all about her experiences in this the fourth edition of Angie's Conservation Diary, a personal account of rhino conservationist and Kariega intern Angie Goody.
The world has been waiting with bated breath for the arrival of this precious calf.
Kariega Game Reserve is pleased to share a video of poaching survivor Thandi the rhino and her calf produced by wildlife filmmaker Adrian Steirn. The footage includes the first close-ups of mother and baby shortly after her birth on 13 January.
There is nothing quite like seeing a giraffe in the bush. These tall, majestic creatures are so beautiful to watch. Their movements are peaceful and seemingly unhurried.
Kariega Game Reserve is delighted to announce that poaching survivor, Thandi the rhino has given birth to a calf this morning at 8h50. The birth was witnessed by two Kariega rangers and shortly afterwards; wildlife veterinarian Dr William Fowlds observed the mother and her calf from a distance. He confirmed that both are doing well.
Local conservationist and author Bart Logie shares his thoughts on lynx, porcupines and honey badgers and their place in conservation alongside the Big 5.
This week's photo of the week was taken by Kariega ranger and skilled photographer Jacques Matthysen, also known as Matt. The photograph captures the magnificent iridescent purple and blue of the African pygmy kingfisher (Ispidina picta).