Tag: Nature

Endangered Baby Cranes Thriving At Crocworld Conservation Centre

Endangered baby cranes thriving at Crocworld Conservation Centre The Scottburgh-based Crocworld Conservation Centre has once again demonstrated its commitment to a sustainable natural environment with its successful hatching and rearing of two endangered grey crowned cranes. “The successful breeding of…

Hands-On Conservation Lesson In Zululand For Special-Needs School

More than 30 children from a school for special educational needs in KwaDukuza, north of Durban have been given the opportunity to get their hands dirty for good reason! Learners from the Stanger Training Centre spent the day at the…

SA conservationist gears up for all-women expedition across southern Africa

50 days. 4 countries. 9000km. An all-women South African expedition will set out on a conservation mission in September to raise awareness about human-wildlife conflict. Headed by KZN adventurer and humanitarian, Carla Geyser, the Journeys with Purpose: Rise of the…

Meet National Geographic Society in Durban at NEWF

DURBAN: Dustin Renwick, programme officer for Storytelling Grants at the National Geographic Society, will be at NEWF 2018. The Durban Botanic Gardens is once again the venue for the second edition of the Nature, Environment & Wildlife Filmmakers Congress (NEWF)…

Tree-mendous fun as children help plant 250 trees in uMngeni Valley Nature Reserve

Children from three schools in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands enjoyed a hands-on, fun-filled experience at the uMngeni Valley Nature Reserve, as they helped plant 250 indigenous trees as part of the Trees4KZN initiative. The brainchild of local NPO, Blue Sky Society…

Sunday Picnics – Where To Go

Sunday Picnics Are A Great Way To Enjoy The Sunshine And Spend Some Time Out With Nature Recharging Your Batteries For The Week Ahead. Here Are Some Great Picnic Spots To Try Out! The calming effects that spending time out…

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