Blog posts in Zululand Rhino Reserve

Cheetah Scent Marking

Cheetah scent marking involves spraying urine and defecating on landmarks. It is often done by males competing for the best hunting grounds. Scent is one of the main communication channels among...
25 Oct 2016 | Wildlife ACT
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The Early Bird Catches the Wild Dogs!

My fellow wildlife volunteers and I are privileged enough to have the opportunity to help out on two different Wildlife ACT projects. We have been working on both Zululand Rhino Reserve (ZRR) and the...
20 Aug 2015 | Wildlife ACT
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How to single-handedly load an impala carcass

This is a comical report on how to, when the very occasion arrives, a female Wildlife ACT monitor, can load an adult male impala carcass (used to feed animals in boma conditions or for call ups) from...
22 Apr 2015 | Wildlife ACT
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Biodiversity – what can this tell us?

On Zululand Rhino Reserve we help keep an eye on this biodiversity by recording bird nest sites, sightings of reptiles such as the African rock python, rare birds like the Martial eagle.
12 Mar 2015 | Wildlife ACT
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The Little Things on ZRR

We all want to see the big and popular species Zululand has to offer but the little things are just as fascinating and amazing to see in their natural habitat!
04 Feb 2015 | Wildlife ACT
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