The Wildebeest's guide to South Africa

Wild Magazine - Issue 33 - Summer 2015/2016

Cover of Wild Magazine - Issue 33 - Summer 2015/2016

Number of pages: 96

Year published: 2015

Published by: TIP Publishing

ISBN: 9 771993 79001

Cover price: Members copy

Web site: SANParks

The Wildebeest's Review of Wild Magazine Issue 33

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It’s summer again and that means that the Summer edition of Wild Magazine is now available to Wild Card members. This magazine is one of the many benefits of being a Wild Card holder.

The first article that caught my attention was “Super Survivor” about African Black Oystercatchers. These are handsome birds that I must admit that I haven’t seen too often. This article is followed by a lengthy one on the Garden Route National Park that is accompanied by some stunning photographs.

You wouldn’t consider a Caracal as an urban creature, but they are apparently visitors to some of Cape Town’s suburbs, sometimes with fatal consequences. I also found the photography article useful and plan to use some of the tips on my next trip to Kruger.

Another good read and I now have to wait until Autumn for the next issue.

Some of the subjects in this publication

Karoo National Park - Page: 10
African Black Oystercatcher - Page: 14
Garden Route National Park - Page: 16
Table Mountain - Page: 28
Chacma Baboon - Page: 34
Richtersveld National Park - Page: 40
Richtersveld National Park - Page: 46
Lynx Spider - Page: 56
Eastern Tiger Snake - Page: 57
Giant Forest Cicada - Page: 58
Camel Thorn - Page: 82

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