The Marloth Park Honorary Rangers is a group of volunteer property owners who offer their time, expertise and resources while working to a code of conduct for the benefit of conservation and the environment in Marloth Park and Lionspruit.
NKOMAZI MUNICIPALITY GAME AND FIELD RANGERS OFFLOADED DONATED GAME FEED.
Early on Thursday April 30, a truck arrived in Marloth Park with game feed donated by Wild Life Pharmaceuticals, the company appointed to do the game capture.
The Nkomazi Rangers offloaded the feed and took the first lot to the two capture sites. They will be controlling the distribution and putting out the feed daily.
The poor condition of the veld means that the grazers, in particular, need feeding prior to the game capture taking place. There has been a delay due to the need for transport permits to move animals to Mozambique.
Game Removal May 2015 by Hon Rangers
A meeting was held in March 2015 at the municipal building in Marloth Park to discuss the 2015 game removal Program. Consensus was reached by all members present (NKLM, MTPA, Honorary Rangers, Conservancy, Marloth Wildlife Fund, Care 4 Marloth, MPPOA and a State Vet) on the need for drastic game reduction this year. Not only to prevent huge loss of game by starvation but also to give the veld in Marloth Park a chance to recover and rehabilitate.
Game Capture Press Release by Nkomazi Municipality
OFFICE OF THE MANAGER: ENVIRONMENT AND NATURE CONSERVATION
After years of stormy relationships between the Nkomazi Local Municipality, MTPA and Marloth Park residents, the 19th March 2015 heralded a new era of cooperation in respect of the game management of Marloth Park.
Bush Encroachment Project
HONORARY RANGERS AND NKOMAZI MUNICIPALITY JOIN HANDS TO WORK ON THE BUSH ENCROACHMENT IN LIONSPUIT.
Following on the analysis undertaken last week by Jaco Minnaar, John Webber and Joce Gordon together with Andre Engelbrecht, the Bush Encroachment Project started on Thursday 9 April. Andre, who previously worked for the Parks Board, gave the grou...
Swazi Lily – Summer Impala Lily – Adenium Swazicum
These beautiful Swazi Lilies are in the bush in Lionspruit. The bush in this particular area has very many growing naturally. This lily blooms prolifically. The bloom range from a rich darker pink to light pink as the flowers fade. It is a succulent deciduous shrub which grows to a maximum of 1m on flat, sandy plains in the bushveld. The main stem is single, short and stubby. There are several ascending branches. The leaves are narrowly oblong and are clustered at the end of branches. The fruit is paired cylindrical pods which turn greyish-brown when ripe. The Adenium swazicum is a protected plant and may not be sold without a permit.