Best ever visit to Kgalagadi
Ken and Jen Munro from Port Elizabeth recently returned from their sixth visit to the beautiful Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park. They say that this was by far their best ever visit…
Cracking the Colour Code
Every spring South Africa’s arid west is transformed into a landscape of dazzling colour. Allan Ellis and Marinus De Jager explain what happens.
Choose your favourite cover – part 2
There's a leopard, giraffe, vervet monkey and lots more to choose from. What's your favourite Wild cover? Send us an e-mail with the Wild cover number of your chosen image to email@example.com by 30 July 2012 and you could be the lucky winner of a Hi-Tec voucher valued at R500. Simply write Wild followed by the issue number and place this in the subject line of the email. The overall favourite image will be announced in the next Wild mailer. See cover images from issue ten to nineteen below.
Get the most out of your winter game viewing
School holidays are here! Many families are heading to the bush, especially to Kruger, for some game viewing excitement. There are no hard and fast rules on how to do it, but it never hurts reading a few guidelines on how to maximise your sightings this winter.
Night Owl Part 2
Our great pastime is to literally go owl-hunting at night, doing local night drives. This is a highlight for us when we are at home and the desire to be out in the wild takes over.
By Lisa Wassenaar
Night Owl Part 1
Some of the best places to spot owls are in the Kruger National Park: Tzendze, Crook’s Corner and the trees lining the Sabie and Olifants Rivers.
By Lisa Wassenaar
Buy the right firewood and other ways to save indigenous plants
Aliens are killing our plants. What can you do to help?
A special sighting in Kruger
Wild Card member Coraleyne Dormer recently visited the Kruger National Park where she got to see a very special interaction between a mother leopard and her cubs.
Kruger visitors praise good service
Great service from park staff make a trip to the wild a pleasure from start to finish, as Abram Pretorius discovered on a trip to the Kruger National Park.
Saving Rhino Phila
MyPlanet in collaboration with Woolworths hosted a special screening of the highly acclaimed documentary Saving Rhino Phila. Wild attended the screening in Cape Town last night and were amazed at the story of Phila and her fight for survival.