Big change for minors crossing SA bordersParents or legal guardians, take note. As from 1 June 2015 children under the age of 18 will require...read more »
Addo's orphaned lion cubs ready for next chapterShireen, Lara and Robin, the three famous lion cubs in Addo Elephant National Park, are safe and doi...read more »
New beetle species shares name with SA entomologistA new South African beetle species has been named after a Stellenbosch University entomologist. The ...read more »
Mountain Zebra's pesky (but precious) little fellowsSome of the smallest animals in the Mountain Zebra National Park make for the best entertainment, sa...read more »
101 Kruger Tales: A kill from our verandaVisitors to Kruger dream of seeing a predator take down its kill. But few would dream of being as lu...read more »
Green spotsFour coastal reserves, three days. Simply join the dots for a wild escape within an easy drive of Ca...read more »
Exchange student's lucky day in KrugerA trip to the Kruger National Park is a must for visitors to South Africa. But how many of them are ...read more »
Cape to Kruger and back visiting Wild Card parksFor a grand South African road trip, Wild has selected a route that takes you from coastal fynbos to...read more »
Have your sayWild Card members, share your thoughts with us. Complete our Wild Card survey and help us improve yo...read more »
Signs of new life in JonkershoekWhen devastating wildfires swept through the Western Cape earlier this year, several protected areas...read more »
A wild Mother's DayOn 10 May we celebrate Mother’s Day. This year Wild decided to pay tribute to a different kind...read more »
Unlikely companions: Lion and croc share a killThey say two is company, but in SANParks’ Kruger National Park a lion, zebra and crocodile is ...read more »
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Bird Island opens visitor centre
The Cape gannet colony on Bird Island, Lambert’s Bay, is well worth a visit – especially with the opening of a new visitor centre.