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Kruger Magazine

Autumn 2019

Few parts of the world can match the Greater Kruger Lowveld for its wildlife, natural and cultural diversity or the unique customer experience it offers to each visitor to this iconic region. Our targeted content is produced by leading journalists, photographers, videographers and graphic designers. We also draw on resources of a domestic and international network of expert contributors. Seasonally themed quarterly issues offer exciting information and content. The KRUGER MAGAZINE’s impressively broad editorial mix will offer engaging reading and satisfy not only the avid wildlife lover, adventurer, passionate photographer and domestic and international tourist, but also conservationists, researchers, and armchair travellers, amongst others. The KRUGER MAGAZINE offers essential content for anyone with a passion for wildlife who wants to understand and experience Africa’s Greater Kruger – a celebration of Africa’s GREATER KRUGER!

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setting the scene

Welcome to the Autumn issue of KRUGER MAGAZINE strives to enhance our readers’ journey with nature, and especially those who love the Greater Kruger region as much as we do. And as all nature lovers, we too, are visually inclined – and we love being able to show what we write about.Technology has given us the wonderful gift of not just being able to share beautiful photographs with our readers, but also enabling the joy of watching videos while you read your favourite magazine. A quick guide on page 10 explains how to access a ‘QR Reader’ to scan the QR codes that appear throughout the magazine. Access to the embedded media, inclusive of video and audio, enhances the overall reader experience.As autumn starts to roll in,…

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the world-renowned kruger national park

Is one of the largest game reserves in Africa. It covers an area of nearly two million hectares (20 000km²) in the province of Limpopo and Mpumalanga in the north-east of South Africa. It extends 360km from north to south and 65km from east to west.It became South Africa’s first National Park in 1926. In 1993, fences between Associated Private Nature Reserves (APNR) and the Kruger National Park were removed to encourage wildlife migration and the Greater Kruger National Park was born. …

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purchase with purpose

“Part of the store’s philosophy is to embody the spirit of man and nature working together to the for everyone and the destination collections caters for both local and international visitors. ” THE PARK’s SHOP MANAGEMENT …

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from the publisher’s pen

We are excited to share with you the AUTUMN 2019 issue of KRUGER MAGAZINE. Full of vibrant colours, and as always, fascinating content by our expert contributors, readers, Facebook members, and of course, our dedicated team.We receive phone calls on a regular basis from first-time readers, wanting the issues they missed – this is inspiring; how blessed we are with this publication.The KRUGER MAGAZINE is published for all of you out there, and as long as we have our readers’ and Facebook members’ engagement, we will continuously grow this publication and associated digital platforms for the enjoyment of all. It is therefore with great appreciation that we receive the communication we do from readers wanting to share their experiences, first visits and favourite spots. Each comment, activity and entry…

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feedback on our fifth deserving project savanna vulture project

African white-backed vulture ( Gyps africanus ) – KNP. One of the project’s aims was to find out where vultures are breeding, but the vast area that needed to be searched made this work a challenge in terms of logistics and the costs involved.” This was the opening line of the article published in Issue 5 of KRUGER MAGAZINE. The Kruger National Park (KNP) vulture survey that was done between 2011 and 2014 gathered important information on the number of breeding vultures in the KNP. The Savanna Vulture Project monitored the breeding successes of over 200 vulture nests in and around the KNP and learned more about the threats faced by juvenile vultures as they travel between roosting and feeding sites. The…

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contact ewt

For more information on EWT’s Vulture Conservation and Monitoring Project, email andreb@ewt.org.za  or lindyt@ewt.org.za Visit the EWT website www.ewt.org.za To access the full article and how you can participate in this survey, refer to KRUGER MAGAZINE, ISSUE 5, p56 to 63. For the digital edition, visit www.zinio.com/za/kruger-magazine-m33484 …