Interview with Joe McDonald - continued
Joe McDonald is a wildlife photographer and the author of several award-winning photography books. Mario Fazekas chats to Joe about his photography, his gorilla treks and the photographers that most inspire him.
Total gets behind Keep Kruger Clean campaign
On 14 June 2011, the Kruger Gate was bustling with activity as SANParks and Total joined forces to ensure Kruger is kept in pristine condition. Here are our top tips to make sure the park stays unspoiled and beautiful.
Your Wild Card
If you have purchased a new card or updated your membership, and have not received your Wild Card, read on for the answers to your questions.
Wild Magazine Q & A
Are you wondering what you have to do to receive Wild magazine? Here are some answers to your magazine queries.
Lion and Honey Badger: a desperate struggle
On an early morning drive down the Auob River, just before the Dalkeith Waterhole, we happened upon one of nature's darker sides. A young male lion was attacking a honey badger and her baby. She put up a long and desperate struggle to protect herself and her youngster, but eventually the lion managed to break her back and she dragged herself off to hide in the nearby grass. The lion returned to find the baby hiding amongst a fallen Kameeldoring. I captured the below images of the tragic event. It left us disturbed, but I suppose nature must take its course. By Shane Saunders.
Swaziland loses first rhino in 20 years
As the rhino poaching crisis in South Africa reaches new heights with a rhino lost every day, June saw Swaziland lose its first rhino in two decades. By Katie McCarthy
The A to Z of Mokala: From Aardwolf to Wit-gat Zebra in one evening game drive
Samantha Hartshorne reports back on an evening game drive in the Mokala National Park.
Searching for spots
Finding a big spotted cat in the wild remains one of the great experiences. But if we want to spot leopards and cheetah in the future, steps will have to be taken. By Rita van den Heever
Tourist & Nature Guiding
Visitors to Kruger and other parks and reserves who want to have a better understanding of wildlife and biodiversity should consider using the services of tourist and nature guides. They can contribute to a really worthwhile and value added experience. By Ian Bales-Smith
40 days, 40 braais
Earlier this year Jan Braai embarked on an epic trip to get South Africans thinking about their heritage. His plan? To go to important heritage sites and celebrate in an all South African way – by having a braai.