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Wildlife Corner

March 9, 2013

Thandora’s Diary-Gondwana Game Reserve

thandora is learning fast and starting to browse on her own which will be part of her survival skills in the wild Thursday, 13 June This is probably one of the hardest things I have ever written, but covered in blankets and and under the touching hands of  Gondwana's wildlife team Thandora tragically passed away in the early hours of this morning. We were alerted to her being relatively uncomfortable and struggling to stand up late on Tuesday evening. At 11:
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November 29, 2012

Gondwana welcomes its First Lion Cubs!

Lion Cub at Gondwana This season at Gondwana Game Reserve on the Garden Route, we celebrate the birth of two free roaming lion cubs.  These are believed to be the first wild lion cubs born in the Southern Cape for the last 150 years.  The award winning, Western Cape Private Game Reserve has embarked on an ambitious conservation project to restore and rehabilitate the
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November 1, 2012

Whats in Bloom!

Gondwana Pin Cushions The spring flowers are out in carpets of oranges, yellows, purples and reds. As species such as the conspicuous Proteas become latent by the passing of winter, we are greeted by a fresh array of blooming plants. The increase in time of day has stimulated various plant species to flower and reproduce. The new season has encouraged rapid growth from
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September 21, 2012

Gondwana Introduces 2 New Antelope Species this Spring!

Gondwana Game Reserve Image Gondwana Game Reserve, situated in the Garden Route of South Africa, is now home to Waterbuck and Springbok among 12 other antelope species already found on the reserve.  Antelope diversity is an important part of the overall nature and game experience at Gondwana and includes Kudu, Eland, Red Hartebeest, and Gemsbok among many others. Gondwana h
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September 3, 2012

Living to See another Generation

bojang Change is on the horizon, with South Africa and Vietnam sitting down to discuss issues concerning rhino poaching and the illicit trade of rhino horns in the east Asian country. This could mark the beginning of the end for poaching in South Africa, saving countless numbers of rhino and allowing them to repopulate their habitats.  Gondwana provides
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