Kogelberg: now open to all
If you want proof that man and nature can cohabit, then look no further than the Kogelberg. Although the land has been protected for nearly a hundred years, only recently has it become accessible to the public.
By Nick Dall
Death embrace: When roots and shoots conspire to kill
One tree’s meat is another tree’s poison… The strangler fig takes over its host tree by growing downwards and upwards. By Sandie Lee Muncaster
Bites and stings – When to panic about snakes
How do you distinguish a poisonous snake, scorpion or spider from one that is harmless? Below is a quick guide to the good, the bad and the ugly.
Let the kids run wild this winter
With winter school holidays around the corner, we’ve come up with great ideas to keep your kids entertained. Get ready to answer the call of the wild!
Kruger’s new anti-poaching Jeep
Sandown Motor Holdings has donated a brand new Jeep Sahara to the Kruger National Park to help combat rhino poaching.
Father's Day: Sunday 17 June 2012
Father's Day takes place on Sunday 17 June and it is a perfect opportunity to show Dad just much he is appreciated and loved. As nature is close to all our hearts, we have a few wonderful ideas for you involving our parks and reserves for this special day.
FREE kids events in the school holidays
Good news for kids, great news for parents... In the winter school holidays Wild and Cape Union Mart will be teaming up to host nature events for children.
Kids put Agulhas to the test
Wide open spaces and the freedom to explore are things that get children really excited. So when my wife and I made the trip to Agulhas National Park with our five kids, we knew we would have fun.
What are you doing for World Environment Day?
The team at Wild are passionate about our beautiful country and its offerings. That's why we have signed up to host a lunch to support World Environment Day and donate to Soil for Life.
Kruger researcher wins science award
Johannie Spaan recently received a fellowship from the L’Oreal Unesco For Women in Science (FWIS) programme for her research on buffalo in the Kruger National Park.