Baby Bushbuck

Bush Buck hit by car

A baby male bushbuck was hit by a car in a local Reserve. He is being looked after by Katie Hobson a vet student from England, who named him Teddy. During the day he is out in one of our grassy enclosures with Andi the grey duiker who had a broken leg, which is now healed. They are best friends […]

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Bateleur & Vulture

Vulture At The Vet

A Bateleur was found with a broken wing in the Mjejune Nature Reserve situated on the Crocodile River bordering the KNP near Malelane.  John Davis who works with Andre Botha at the Endangered Wildlife Trust kindly drove the eagle to us. The following day Brian took it to Provet our local vet in Hoedspruit to X-ray his broken wing, unfortunately […]

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Porcupine

Porcupine Trapped

We received a call from Charles Rheeder our neighbor who provides us with fresh cow’s milk every day for our babies that two porcupines got caught in our friendly traps. To him, they are problem animals as they were eating Charlie’s vegetables so instead of killing the porcupines he called us and that is when we put up a trap […]

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Tracking course with Colin Patrick at Moholoholo

Tracking course with Colin Patrick at Moholoholo

This group just spent a week on a Tracking course with Colin  Patrick at Moholoholo. The focus was trailing so a lot of time was spent following animals like kudu, eland, buffalo, white and black rhino, elephant and even a monitor lizard.  Some of the highlights for the students was tracking a big male leopard for a couple of hours […]

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Moholoholo junior wildlife – school group survival

school water

Water is our most valuable resource, people dehydration and can die after three or four days without the water but can survive at least a week without water. Here our group of French students are learning survival and having a laugh over a competition on which group can find water first.

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MOHOLOHOLO RH Black Eagle, Cloudy Spot, Treatment

Black Eagles

One of our resident Black Eagles who originally came to us from Umgeni Bird Park in Durban, where she was used for shows turned aggressive as she is human imprinted. She has been our ambassador for Black Eagles since then. We brought her into the clinic as her left eye was closed and seemed to be bothering her. On expecting […]

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Moholoholo Tracking Course:

Sunset

Had a great start to our tracking course held at Moholoholo with a leopard calling around camp all night last night. Tristan who was supposed to be studying for exams went out early to pick up tracks. He called us when located the tracks and where the leopard had made a kill. The tracking course followed the drag (the leopard […]

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Winter has arrived!!!!

Lucky for us temperatures has been mild during the day and chilly in the evenings. On the 13th May 2017 Yolande and Renier Slabbert got married at Ya Mati. They got married in our lovely Chapel. Due to unexpected rain we had to serve their welcoming drinks on the veranda of the chapel. We normally get summer rainfall so this […]

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White Backed Vulture – Broken wing

Vulture Left Wing

We received a call of a White Backed Vulture found on the side of the road in Kruger Park with a mangled left wing. Cody one of our staff members went to fetch at the Orpen Gate. Brian had just arrived back from long leave when it was brought in so he and Cody did the necessary procedures we always […]

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Local School Month

Local School Month

The month of May has been one of our busiest months with local school group tours with over 1000 in one week!! We have offered these special tours to educate these children on our wildlife and to make them more aware when playing or venturing through the veld what is around them and the important role these animals and birds […]

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