Crocworld Conservation Centre to host an edutaining frogging evening

Crocworld Conservation Centre to host an edutaining frogging evening: Crocworld Conservation Centre, based in Scottburgh on the KZN South Coast, is launching a host of new wildlife activities that will entertain and educate audiences. Forming part of this exciting programme is the monthly Frogging Evening on Friday, 6 December, which will be hosted in collaboration with Nick Evans of KwaZulu-Natal Amphibian & Reptile Conservation. Nick Evans has spent his life working with reptiles, first as a herpetologist for Dangerous Creatures at Ushaka … [Read more...]

Festive fun planned for Crocworld Conservation Centre this December

Festive fun planned for Crocworld Conservation Centre this December: Visitors to the KZN South Coast this festive season have a number of exciting holiday activities to enjoy, with Crocworld Conservation Centre’s dedicated holiday programme at the top of the list. This unique conservation centre, located in Scottburgh, will give visitors of all ages the chance to enjoy a range of informative animal demonstrations, nature walks and even a not-to-be-missed reptile birthday party during the holiday programme, running from 5 December to 14 January. … [Read more...]

Exotic pet trade highlighted at Crocworld Conservation Centre’s November talks

Exotic pet trade highlighted at Crocworld Conservation Centre’s November talks: Crocworld Conservation Centre on the KwaZulu-Natal South Coast welcomes two dynamic speakers to the programme for the November edition of the educational monthly talks. On Saturday, 9 November, Ndivhuwo Shivambu (PMB) and Tinyiko Cavin Shivambu (PMB), PhD candidates in Zoology at the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN), will each give a presentation on the impact of exotic pet species on the South African environment. Martin Rodrigues, Manager of Crocworld … [Read more...]

Crocworld relocates green mamba residing in forest near school

Crocworld relocates green mamba residing in forest near school: One of the many benefits of growing up on the KwaZulu-Natal South Coast is the incredible natural environment the children get to enjoy, an important part of which is the naturally-occurring inhabitants of the region. One such inhabitant – a green mamba – was spotted among the trees of Umdoni Christian Academy on Thursday afternoon (17 October), a school located within the lush coastal forest. The snake, identified by a teacher, was located near the entrance gate some … [Read more...]