Kariega ranger and talented photographer, Brendon Jennings, recently shared these words and picture of rhino Thandi
Archive for 2014
Vicki Sibbick and her mum recently visited Kariega Game Reserve and sent us some pictures and comments after their stay.
We often get asked what to bring or pack for your African safari in the Eastern Cape bush in order to ensure a comfortable and convenient stay. Although the game lodges are stylishly furnished with lots of extra comforts and luxuries, Kariega Game Reserve is set in a pristine and untouched wilderness area and guests are encouraged to take advantage...
The Khalsa Primary School in the UK recently held a special Rhino Day to raise awareness as well as funds for the Kariega Foundation Save the Rhino fund. All in all they managed to raise an impressive R6105!
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!
Blankets for the Kenton soup kitchen and community centre run by the Meals on Wheels organisation. Old blankets were supplied from Kariega's old game drive vehicles and from guests who heard about need in the community. Thanks to all who made this possible!
The last of a four part blog on the poaching of Thandi and Themba at Kariega Game Reserve South Africa, of the people closest to them, and of their path to recovery and struggle in the fight against poaching.
Part III in a four part blog on the poaching of Thandi and Themba at Kariega Game Reserve, of the people closest to them, and of their path to recovery and struggle in the fight against poaching. Written by local journalist, Lauren Flynn.