Category: Animals

Top angler shares 5 tips for the ultimate #GoSouthKZN fishing trip

With its wide sandy bays and many rocky points, the KZN South Coast shoreline has many incredible fishing spots for anglers, from those starting out in the sport through to professionals. To ensure visitors reel in the biggest catch on…

Crocworld Conservation Centre announces exciting April holiday programme

With only a few school days remaining, many are turning their attention to holiday activities that will keep the entire family entertained. Fortunately, Crocworld Conservation Centre on the KZN South Coast has a fun-filled holiday programme arranged, running at the…

Save the Oceans with Your Diet – South Africans Pledge Fish Free this February

There are no longer plenty more fish in the sea! Fish Free February challenges you to help protect our oceans by removing seafood from your diet for 28 days and helping to raise awareness of the issues caused by intensive…

10 must-try day trips on the KwaZulu-Natal South Coast

With leisure day trips allowed, many are taking advantage of the incredible KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) winter weather by getting outdoors and enjoying the selection nature-based activities. For those seeking an area that boasts a wealth of diverse, family-friend day adventures all…

Crocworld Conservation Centre announces exciting line-up of online talks for June

Scottburgh’s Crocworld Conservation Centre will continue to engage with audiences throughout the month of June with its popular live video talks. Every Friday this month, digital visitors can look forward to edutaining content as the Centre’s resident experts introduce some…

Crocworld Conservation Centre continues to connect with visitors through online videos this May

The past five weeks of Level 5 lockdown has seen a rise in online activity as people seek innovative ways to keep socially connected and engaged. Scottburgh’s Crocworld Conservation Centre has been leading the way in providing digital content that…

Sit, Stay – (Good boy) – If your family dog can, then, why can’t you?

Our furry or feathered animals are part of the family, and because of this Feed a Pet at Park Boulevard is still open during lockdown to ensure that you are able to feed them a healthy, quality affordable meal. They…

Crocworld welcomes a new team member to the flock

While most teenagers spent their free time playing online games or socializing, young Ryne Ferguson would head straight to Johannesburg Zoo where he’d volunteer to assist with animals of all species. This passion for animals, instilled by his grandmother at…

Keep The Bees Visiting Your Garden!

Bees are such a precious part of our eco system and there has been some concern about their well-being over the last few years. Mass farming, pesticides and urbanization could certainly be playing a role in their declining numbers. This…

SA’s Zululand Rhino Orphanage

On May 16, 2017, the Zululand Rhino Orphanage received a distressing phone call from a nearby game reserve. It was a plea to accommodate a traumatized rhino orphan whose mother had been tragically poached. Baby rhinos have a very strong…

Crocworld Relocates Green Mamba Residing In Forest Near School

One of the many benefits of growing up on the KwaZulu-Natal South Coast is the incredible natural environment the children get to enjoy, an important part of which is the naturally-occurring inhabitants of the region. One such inhabitant – a…

The Planet’s Oldest Living Creatures At Crocworld

The monthly talk at Crocworld Conservation Centre will welcome renowned Professor of Biogeography, Serban Proches, on Saturday, 12 October from 9 am to 10 am where he will discuss his informative research on the global distribution of ancient plant and…

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