At the time of publication, it will be mid December, the end of another year only weeks away.
On behalf of all the Ingwelala staff, I take this early opportunity to wish each of our Christian Members a blessed and peaceful Christmas period, and all a prosperous 2015. For those travelling, take special care on the roads. The staff are also grateful to you for all the support and encouragement you continue to lend us; we thank you sincerely for another productive year in the life of magical Ingwelala.
The summer evenings produce a stunning spectacle in the form of fireflies as they go flashing about, advertising their whereabouts.
Human Behaviour on the Reserve
John Llewlyn addresses three human behavioural aspects of a Share Block in a protected wildlife area such as Ingwelala, critical to User enjoyment, as this month’s topic for your consideration.
At this time of the year the aloes have just finished providing the most beautiful colours against the drabness of passing winter. The flowers are alive with buzzing insects and birds feeding on the sweet nectar.
An adult male hyena carrying an awful snare around its neck had to be euthanased during August.
What are snares, why and how are they used?