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Dian Erasmus – Art Biography

Diane Erasmus – Biography Drawing her inspiration primarily from the beauty of the natural world, South African artist, Diane Erasmus, has emerged as one of the most innovative and creative painters of her generation. Her vivid and colouristically inventive landscapes and seascapes are imbued with a profoundly spiritual awareness, yet remain grounded in those elements ...

Ester van der Merwe – Wildlife Conservationists Journey

A short story about  – Ester van der Merwe wildlife conservationist   I started my career in 2006 after finishing a diploma in Nature Conservation. I had the opportunity to monitor cheetah in Thornybush Private Game reserve in the Lowveld. This opened the option of following a wildlife monitoring career path rather than guiding. I ...

My Rhinos: Franschhoek Art and Conservation Route

      The Franschhoek Art and Conservation route is a fun filled family art and conservation route developed to promote the awareness of our endangered elephants and rhinos to people that visit the Franschhoek Valley. Visitors buy a “passport” where they accumulate stamps by visiting each and every different wine farm and getting stamps. ...

My Rhino – 2012

My Rhino – Design a Rhino to help save a Rhino Rhinoceroses once roamed the plains and forests of Africa in their hundreds of thousands. The ever increasing threat of extinction and poaching of the magnificent Rhino, has prompted design partners at Or-gari; Heidi Snaith and Nicolas Snaith to create and increase awareness with My ...

My Rhino Raises Money for the Kariega Foundation

Three-years-on from tragic rhino poaching at Kariega Our thoughts go back to that dreadful day on 2 March 2012, now three years ago, when we found our three rhinos after poachers had attacked them. We think about our unnamed bull that died during the night, the fight for survival and tragic death of Themba, the ...

7 Quotes by Sir David Attenborough

Who doesn’t know that voice? David Attenborough’s over the last few decades has become more vocal in support of environmental causes than on the natural wildlife of our planet. Amongst many he has advocated for restoring planetary biodiversity, limiting our population growth and shifting to renewable energy consumption , reducing meat consumption and setting aside ...

World rhino populations

According to the World Wildlife organisation rhinos once roamed just about every part of the world include, Europe, Asia and Africa. The numbers have been constantly dwindling and at the beginning of the 20th century, only 500 000 rhinos roamed Africa and Asia.   This number year on year decreased substantially and by 1970 , ...

White vs black rhinos?

The names white and black rhinos The interesting thing about both the white rhino and the black rhino is that the colour of their skin has nothing to do with their names, they are both gray in colour.                                   ...

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