Lapalala Reserve Report – Volume 3 – 2023

IN THIS ISSUE Reaping the rewards of the Touchstone vegetable garden Lapalala hosts GAP Africa students from the UK A warm welcome from Touchstone staff Exploring rock art sites Bored

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Lapalala Reserve Report – Volume 2 – 2023

IN THIS ISSUE Lapalala Wilderness School celebrates World Environment Day. Updates on our spotted felines, angry cats and inquisitive dogs. Never a dull moment for the predator team. More buffalo

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Lapalala Reserve Report – Volume 1 – 2023

IN THIS ISSUEEmployment opportunities for local communities.  Lapalala contributes data to Waterberg Biodiversity Project. Never a dull moment for the predator team. A grassroots look at biodiversity: gum grass. |

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Lapalala Reserve Report – Quarter 1 – 2021

IN THIS ISSUE Reserve News:  Wet, Wet, Wet | Lapalala assists in leopard rescue | A warm welcome to Bonnita Van Eeden | Lapalala Wilderness OPS room now live |

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Lapalala Reserve Report – Quarter 3 – 2022

  IN THIS ISSUE Reserve & Biodiversity News:  Hannah Preiss joins our volunteer programme | Mountain aloe provides winter blooms | Camera traps monitor leopard population | A grassroots look

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Lapalala Reserve Report – Quarter 1 – 2022

IN THIS ISSUE Reserve & Biodiversity News:  Building a legacy through community projects | Reserve cooperates with local law enforcement | Rehabilitation project reduces impact of erosion | Wetland wonders Research

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Lapalala Reserve Report – Quarter 4 – 2021

IN THIS ISSUE Reserve News:  The biodiversity economy project. | Construction of the new Lapalala Wilderness School.  | Christmas hampers for staff. Staff braai highlights World Rhino Day. | New

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Lapalala Reserve Report – Quarter 3 – 2021

IN THIS ISSUE Reserve & Biodiversity News:  Lapalala hosts COVID-19  vaccination days on the reserve | Security Dogs | Elusive black storks actively nesting on Lapalala | Alien plant species

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Lapalala Reserve Report – Quarter 2 – 2021

  IN THIS ISSUE Reserve News:  If you can’t measure it, you can’t approve it | Health and hygiene training for staff | Buffalo goes walkabout | Pangolin rescue highlights

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Lapalala Reserve Report – December 2020

The Waterberg is home to numerous rock art sites, so it was a privilege for us to discover another site on Lapalala Wilderness this month. Lepogo Lodge guide, Hendrie Cloete,

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