New blood in the North
30 November 2017 | PUBLISHED BY admin
September 2017 was a significant month for Shamwari. New life was discovered in the form of little lion cubs from one of the older northern lionesses. Although it is not uncommon on Shamwari to see lion cubs. This is the first litter of cubs sired by the new dominant coalition of two brothers in the North.Read More
Baby Giraffe at Shamwari Game Reserve
If you are planning or have planned to visit Shamwari this time of year, you are in luck! While on safari you can expect to see an abundance of new life. Whether it be impala, springbok, zebra or even giraffe!
Noelle and Binky – Two New Rhino Calves Find a Home
Shamwari works in conjunction with several organisations, volunteers, and neighbouring game farms to ensure the preservation of animal species. Our programmes aim to rehabilitate orphaned, abused, wrongfully captured, and endangered wildlife and re-release them back into the wild.
A New Baby Elephant
We are very happy to announce that Shamwari Game Reserve has a new elephant calf. The little female calf was born on the 30th of July and is fit and healthy, though still a bit unstable on her feet.
A Little Miracle on Game Drive
As rangers we see a lot of amazing things every day, big and small. Most of the guests don’t pay too much attention to the small things until you point it out to them and educate them about how special it is. In the last few weeks we have had great sightings of some of these smaller things from a cape dwarf chameleon and porcupine to an Addo flightless dung beetle and a serval!
We have had a crazy baby boom in the last month. Everywhere you look there is some baby animal running around and trying to find its feet not too far from mommy. With winter over and summer in full swing the bush is lush, with enough food for the antelopes and the other herbivores. A healthy environment signals a good time for the little ones to be had.
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