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Magazine on sale at Spar and Exclusive Books
Wild magazine can be bought at selected Spar and Exclusive Books stores. As part of their annual mem...read more »

Waiting for your Wild Card?
Over the holidays many Wild Cards went unclaimed. If you haven’t received your Wild Card yet, ...read more »

Explore Wilderness by canoe
Why venture out on foot when you can get a fresh perspective on Wilderness from canoe? Nature lovers...read more »

New app tracks wildlife
The latest wildlife app uses crowd-sourcing to contribute to wildlife research. Tracking the Wild is...read more »

Conservation photography: have you got what it takes?
Photography has an important role to play in protecting our wild places. But it isn’t as simpl...read more »

Honey badgers put cheetahs in their place
The indomitable honey badger has a reputation for being fierce – something these two young che...read more »

Road trip to Agulhas
The launch of new chalets at Agulhas National Park was the perfect excuse for a road trip and time s...read more »

Kruger outlaws drones
Unmanned aerial vehicles are not allowed in Kruger and other national parks. Visitors who operate dr...read more »

Cape foxes vs honey badger
The honey badger is renowned as one of the Bush's toughest characters. But then it met these two Cap...read more »

A look back at martial eagle research
Wild Card programme manager Hein Grobler was involved in martial eagle research in the early 1990s. ...read more »

New wine for conservation
The SANParks Honorary Rangers have launched a new range of wine to support rhino conservation effort...read more »

Book Review: Wild Life by Brad Wilson
  Brad Wilson succeeds in breathing new life into animal photography by inviting majestic memb...read more »

Msinsi - Albert Falls

A wonderful haven for the keen birder and the game viewing and water sports enthusiast. Here hundreds of visitors fish for bass, enjoy recreational motor-boating and take advantage of the tranquil thornveld that is bursting with wildlife.
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Editor's Pick
An elephant picnic in the Kruger

A baby ellie and its mother treated one Wild Card member to a breakfast sighting in the Kruger National Park. Colin Paige shares his tale and photos.