The Kariega Conservation Volunteers assisted with the darting of two of Kariega’s lions - a definitely highlight for the month.
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!
This video compilation showcases the multi-faceted Kariega Conservation Volunteer programme.
We’ve had so many lovely days during May with bright blue skies and a generous amount of sun. The Kariega Conservation Volunteer team took a well deserved two week break this month and so this will be a shorter than usual newsletter.
April has come and gone so fast – most probably because we were so busy working hard and having fun. During the last two weeks of April our area, the Sunshine Coast of the Eastern Cape, was blessed with some much needed rain. Most mud wallows are now small ponds, the dams on the reserve are full and the streams and rivers are flowing strongly. Here is what the Kariega Conservation Volunteers got up to during April.
A big thanks to the very enthusiastic group of Kariega Conservation Volunteers that made it a memorable afternoon with the children of Klipfontein After-care centre recently.
We enjoyed a full and happy month during March in balmy and warm weather - lots of research, bush clearing, a visit with local school children and various great weekend activities.
The Kariega Conservation Volunteers had a fantastic and busy month. February is the hottest time of the year and temperatures were mostly above 30 degrees Celsius. Well done to everyone for enduring the heat and still staying enthusiastic and performing so well!
The Kariega Conservation Volunteers were involved in 11 game releases or introductions on the reserve, as well as 11 captures and darting procedures. Read all about it here.
From January to August 2013 about 5257 invasive pine trees and 7453 invasive black wattles were removed from Kariega Game Reserve in the Eastern Cape by the Kariega Conservation Volunteers. In addition, about 4680 'miracle trees' (Spekboom) were planted!