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Spring Time in the Karoo

Spring time in the Karoo usually only starts in the last part of September, however we have certainly started having spring days in the Karoo since the beginning of the month. Flowers are out – and all over, making that … Continue reading

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Winter in the Karoo

The winter has arrived in the Karoo and there have even been snowfalls on the mountains south of Middelburg, Eastern Cape (between Middelburg and Graaff-Reinet as well as between Middelburg and Cradock and even between Graaff-Reinet and Murraysburg, Western Cape). … Continue reading

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Update from the Karoo

I am Bradley Gibbons, a field worker of the African Crane Conservation Programme of the EWT, based in the Karoo region (a large region in South Africa between Johannesburg and Cape Town). I monitor the Blue Crane population in this … Continue reading

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