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Cat fight: Kgalagadi leopards duke it out
The Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park is especially known for its incredible wildlife encounters – ...read more »

Help us better your Wild e-experience
It’s a new year and time for a fresh start: say hello to the new-look Wild e-newsletter....read more »

Tokai Forest has been known for its pine plantations, but this precious landscape is slowly but surely changing for the better. Images by Arnold Ras
Tokai's new lease on life: the return of Cape Flats Sand Fynbos
Once a shady and dense forest of pine trees (Pinus radiata), the Tokai section of the Table Mountain...read more »

Visit an IBA for stunning birdlife
Want a birding outing second to none? Then head to one of South Africa’s 112 IBAs or Important...read more »

With the help of video cameras mounted on giraffes’ heads, wildlife researchers at the University of the Free State are making great strides in understanding these long necked animals better. Images and videos courtesy of Francois Deacon, University of the Free State
Giraffe cam, a breakthrough for conservation
Imagine if you could see the world from a giraffe’s perspective – how they browse, drink...read more »

Lambert’s Bay Bird Island Nature Reserve
Wild places calling in 2016
Make this your best wild year yet with our selection of unforgettable experiences. From river raftin...read more »

101 Kruger Tales: The calculating leopard, Kruger National Park, Jeff Gordon
101 Kruger Tales: The calculating leopard
A grumpy female leopard in the Kruger National Park suddenly charges your car, but all seems well un...read more »

Wild magazine app
Every quarter Wild Card members receive Wild magazine, packed with inspiring art...read more »

Kruger to streamline access for day visitors
In an effort to enhance visitor access management and to avoid possible glitches this festive season...read more »

Seafood on the menu
Unique in the Cape Peninsula, the 56 baboons in the Kanonkop troop steer clear of humans. Their oth...read more »

Wild fans do freshwater bioblitz
Citizen scientists got their chance to carry out a field survey when Wild joined forces with Struik ...read more »

Best Christmas reads
Make the most of your wildlife adventures with these three must-have books. By Romi Boom...read more »

Big Game Parks of Swaziland: Mkhaya Game Reserve

Mkhaya Game Reserve
Swaziland's refuge for endangered species was established in 1979 to save, amongst many others, the pure Nguni breed of cattle. Explore dry riverbeds dotted with waterholes and a network of game-viewing roads by Land Rover or on foot.
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Editor's Pick
Lambert’s Bay Bird Island Nature Reserve
Wild places calling in 2016

Make this your best wild year yet with our selection of unforgettable experiences. From river rafting on the Orange River to exploring nature on horseback and sleeping in a cave, these destinations deserve a spot on your itinerary for 2016. By Arnold Ras

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