It was a great day when the author of the children’s book Ogres of Greed made a substantial financial donation to the Kariega Foundation Trust for for the Save the Rhino Project. We are incredibly grateful for this generous donation.
The Eastern Cape is aglow with the crimson flowers of the Aloe ferox plant at this time of year. The spiky, green, fleshy leaves of the aloe give life to orange-red speer-like flowers between May and August.
Reece is a 10 year-old school boy from Shaw Park Primary School in the nearby village of Port Alfred. Over the last four years Reece has become more and more aware of increase in rhino poaching and the need to conserve the species.
June has been filled with the most perfect winter days, clear blue skies, lovely warm sun and incredible sunsets. So if winter is not really your season, you have not experienced June on Kariega Game Reserve yet!
It's great to see rhino poaching survivor Thandi enjoying a mud bath.
This video compilation showcases the multi-faceted Kariega Conservation Volunteer programme.
Wildlife Vet Dr William Fowlds and the team at Kariega have been busy over the past week with various rhino conservation activities.
Kariega is very pleased to confirm that our new 5-star luxury tented lodge, Settlers Drift, will open on 1 December 2014.
Local writer and conservationist Bart Logie shares a story about a porcupine rescue.
Read more about the interesting behaviour called a flehmen grimace or flehmen response exhibited by this male lion.