The Wildebeest's guide to South Africa

Wild Magazine - Issue 29 - Summer 2014/2015

Cover of Wild Magazine - Issue 29 - Summer 2014/2015

Number of pages: 96

Year published: 2014

Published by: TIP Publishing

ISBN: 9 771993 79001

Cover price: Members copy

Web site: SANParks

The Wildebeest's Review of Wild Magazine Issue 29

The Wildebeest reviewing a book

A magnificent Martial Eagle graces the cover of the Summer edition of Wild Magazine. Its claws are massive! There is a concerning article in the magazine about the declining population of this large raptor.

I was really amazed by the photographs of predators catching prey on page 44. The photos are stunning, but I can’t help feeling sympathy for the unfortunate prey.

The article on the Knysna Forest Timber Camping Decks, as well as the Goukamma Nature Reserve, makes me envious that I have to deal with the heat of the Highveld summer and not in the lush forest hideaways down Knysna way.

If you are in a relationship and planning to propose to your partner, then Wild have provided five ideal places to pop the question. It’s too late for me but I still read it.

Some of the subjects in this publication

Bontebok National Park - Page: 6
Cheetah - Page: 8
Bird Island, Lamberts Bay - Page: 10
Black-headed Oriole - Page: 12
Eurasian Golden Oriole - Page: 12
African Golden Oriole - Page: 12
Goukamma Nature Reserve - Page: 14
Rocherpan Nature Reserve - Page: 28
Martial Eagle - Page: 36
Hottentots Holland Nature Reserve - Page: 56
Hippopotamus - Page: 64
Wild Dog - Page: 66
Cheetah - Page: 67
Honey Badger - Page: 68
Giraffe - Page: 69
Transvaal Milkplum - Page: 70
Agulhas National Park - Page: 78
De Hoop Nature Reserve - Page: 78
Walker Bay - Page: 78
De Mond Nature Reserve - Page: 78
Mountain Zebra National Park - Page: 82


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