How much do we actually know about meerkats? The name implies a cat, but do they belong to the feline family? They live in large groups under the ground, but how do they communicate?
The 4 R's of Recycling
Living green and starting to recycle can seem overwhelming at first. Do you need a wormery? What types of plastic water bottles should you buy? It's actually simple, writes Michelle Ainslie. All you need to remember are the 4 R's.
BUSHVELD MYTHS OR FACTS?
Why is it that we love to believe in myths and instant cures and old wives’ tales? A few pertinent issues cause concern, writes botanical guru, Professor Eugene Moll. In the bushveld there are a few matters that concern me:
Chapman’s Peak, or Chappies as it is locally known, towers 593 metres above the Atlantic Ocean and is one of Cape Town’s best kept hiking secrets.
Travelling the Green Way continued
We've told you about ways to travel green starting from the moment you leave your house to what to do on route to your destination. All these tips will help you be more eco-wise and reduce your carbon footprint. But it does not stop there. Here are some tips to remember once at your destination.
It's possible to make a three-day rock festival environmentally friendly. At the Rocking the Daisies I found out how.
Where's my Wild Card and Wild magazine?
We have already sent out tens of thousands of new Wild Cards. If your Wild Card has not arrived, it may be because some information is missing. Find out what may be delaying your card and magazine.
Bedazzled in the Bush
This September school holidays there’s no time to waste. The traditionally 10-days holiday, is now 5-working days sandwiched between two weekends. If, like me, you will be driving to your destination, then there is no time to waste lumbering on the road. Solution: visit your friendly neighbourhood park.
South Africa's only deadly spider
Tom van der Zee, author of Stings, Bites, Poisons and Spikes, discusses some amazing spiders from other parts of the world, and then how to recognise, avoid and treat the bite of South Africa’s only deadly spider.
Rhinos face becoming endangered due to a poaching onslaught that is happening in South Africa and worldwide. It’s up to us to spread the message that rhino poaching must end. In the spirit of Rhino Day we’ve come up with a quiz to test your knowledge about our large footed friends.