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Articles relating to fauna in Marloth Park and Lionspruit

Nyala in Lionspruit

19-10-2016 Hits:1557 Fauna Andrew Hudson - avatar Andrew Hudson

Nyala in Lionspruit

Photo by Joce Gordon          

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Bush Encroachment Project

13-04-2015 Hits:961 Lionspruit and the Call of Africa Andrew Hudson - avatar Andrew Hudson

Bush Encroachment Project

HONORARY RANGERS AND NKOMAZI MUNICIPALITY JOIN HANDS TO WORK ON THE BUSH ENCROACHMENT IN LIONSPUIT. Following on the analysis undertaken last week by Jaco Minnaar, John Webber and Joce Gordon together with...

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Game Capture Press Release

10-04-2015 Hits:1458 Fauna Andrew Hudson - avatar Andrew Hudson

OFFICE OF THE MANAGER: ENVIRONMENT AND NATURE CONSERVATION Enquiries: Velly After years of stormy relationships between the Nkomazi Local Municipality, MTPA and Marloth Park residents, the 19th March 2015 heralded a new...

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2012-14 Game Counts and 2015 proposed …

26-10-2014 Hits:6117 Fauna Andrew Hudson - avatar Andrew Hudson

2012-14  Game Counts and 2015 proposed  removals

Marloth Park Game Counts 2012 - 2014   PROPOSED REMOVALS  Source: (https://www.facebook.com/groups/295252393951366/548263105316959/) The [Forum] meeting on the 19th of March 2015, at Marloth Park, where the proposed 2015 game removals for Marloth Park was...

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Feeding the wildlife during drought

03-07-2014 Hits:7566 Fauna Andrew Hudson - avatar Andrew Hudson

  Except in times of drought, feed the local wildlife only sparingly. The following article reprinted from The Marloth Park Review, November 2005, is a good guide as to who likes...

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Grazers and Browsers

08-06-2014 Hits:4678 Fauna Andrew Hudson - avatar Andrew Hudson

under construction!

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Our vision

hrOur vision is to support and assist the Nkomazi Municipality Conservation Department within Marloth Park with their management strategies and objectives while being an effective volunteer group. 
Read a brief  History of Honorary Rangers and the Conservancy

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