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"kruger national park" Discussed on AP News
"Well the Jeffersons awesome friendly adventure comes out April seventh the publisher also says that three million copies will be part of the first printing among the highest for any fiction writer would be kids best friend rally Jefferson is the book's narrator he'll tell the story of a role in the kind and guard the barbarian their quest to vanquish the evil white warlock the book is a follow up to last year's diary of a wimpy kid spin off diary of an awesome friendly kid give me plans an unusual promotional tour this spring as well with no advanced itinerary not even for himself every day will be a new destination decided upon by his publisher and various booksellers in Guinea will surprise children in underserved schools and meet his fans that independent bookstores all without knowing where he'll be heading next he says after many years of being on the road it seems like a perfect opportunity to do something daring and spontaneous more predictably can he will have his fifteenth wimpy kid book out this fall a tradition lasting more than a decade a baby albino elephant found trapped by a sharp wires near was rescued by a south African elephant orphanage the elephant fell into a trap set by a poacher in the Kruger national park the hunting snare went through her mouth down her face underneath her ear and under her chin the four month old was found badly dehydrated but alive a few days later and brought to the orphanage a month after being rescued kidneys are named after the song a word for like wait a healthy three hundred thirty pounds and was adding a pound every day she was still separated from the rest of the herd spending her nights in a heated room.
Orphaned albino elephant recovers from poacher's snare
"A baby albino elephant found trapped by a sharp wires near was rescued by a south African elephant orphanage the elephant fell into a trap set by a poacher in the Kruger national park the hunting snare went through her mouth down her face underneath her ear and under her chin the four month old was found badly dehydrated but alive a few days later and brought to the orphanage a month after being rescued Conesus named after the song a word for like wait a healthy three hundred thirty pounds and was adding a pound every day she was still separated from the rest of the herd spending her nights in a heated room and days in a large enclosure with tall grass and a mud pool under twenty four hour supervision the blue eyed pink skin Tyler was frequently in a playful mood craving attention and only stopping now and then to scratcher itchy scars on the wood pillars over in
Our 2020 Travel Wishlist
"Talking about our twenty twenty travel wishlist. And what what I said to you how. I was attacking this list this year. There's a few things that I did. We did one. We did not look back at our twenty nine thousand nine wishlist. We didn't want to do that and I didn't want to look back and say why can't put this on against I wanted this to be. These are the place to go. I don't even know what my twenty nine thousand nine lists was. There might might be some. My memory's not great so you guys probably can't remember it. I don't remember exactly and there is some method to the madness here. TRAV- have I was kind of having a hard time thinking of places that I wanted to go next year and we do have a lot of it planned out so that also was kind of you know it makes it a little harder because we're more organized with our travel plans but had here's what I looked at. I just said if if you had if someone said Hey. You've got two free weeks three weeks a month. Whatever some of these trips are long would be longer or shorter depending on how hard they are to get to and how far away? But but where would I want to go so again. I didn't try to think of this from a realistic perspective of Kenai actually get here in twenty twenty or will I be going here in two thousand twenty. That didn't play into in my decision at all. It was simply. What would I do if I could do? Obviously we have two kids now. That changed our travel plans. As you mentioned we're more organized than we plan stuff out so we kind kind of know places. We're going to go in two thousand twenty already so a lot of these Saying these are my this my wishes. I know I won't get to that's fine. Yeah it's more of a dreaming thing here ear to inspire ourselves to inspire you in create that wanderlust. Because you know sometimes I feel as though even because we're entrepreneurs resume we can go whenever we want and leaving we want. We do get bogged down a little bit in the everyday work life and then the planning of a trip which I know a lot of you can can relate to out there because planning is hard so we didn't want to think about that in factor that into this dream wishlist. WANDERLUST wanderlust. You I WANNA go. We're here to incite your Wunderlist for twenty twenty and I'm pretty excited about my list. I have to say I'm excited to know you this. When we do these lists we never talk ahead of time so I have no idea what we would like to hear from you so hit us up on social at extra pack of peanuts on Instagram? That's easiest way. Let us know what your Dream Twenty Twenty wishlist is. So let's dive right into one real last note. I guess though before we dive into it I actually was looking us a map of the world all the time when I'm trying to there's so many places I wanna go. I really wanted to go ever trying to narrow it down so I just look at Google Map I do too. That's funny and I was looking at map. I scrolled over in Asia. I scrolled over over and got into Europe and American I kept scrolling. You how you could on Google maps you could just keeps growing. It just shows you you know it goes back to Asia and I literally sat out loud. That's it like. I went from Asia to Europe. And I'm like Oh yeah I just looked through the whole world so I just thought that was a funny anecdote. I there's obviously so many places you're going to be but it seems small when you're looking at it from such a bird's eye view that's right. Yeah I I was kind of feeling the same way especially when I was scrolling over Europe and I you'd love Europe and I was thinking we've been to almost every country in Europe. Where do we want to go? I do have some places in Europe. Don't worry all right well. Let's start with our honorable all mentioned as usual. You have to. I have to go ahead correct. So my first honorable mention is a place that we almost got to this year in Twenty nineteen and that is Charleston South Carolina because this city to me just seems like it exudes Southern American charm. It's beautiful historic. The architecture is just what you would imagine would be in a in a beautiful southern city and it just so happens to be on the coast which is always something that for me. If I'm if I'm glancing up at my list almost every single go place on my list. Somewhere in that country has a coastline off on purpose. When I'm just glancing up here at this you know I really I love love? Love the coast so to me Charleston. South Carolina is a place in the US. That I really WANNA visit. Because we've you've never been there and it's not even that far from Philadelphia but an incredible food always talk named and ranked as one of the top Foodie cities in America so Charleston in definitely. I'm glad you put on your list. It's going allow me to chance to bed. I mean it could have made the real list but I put it on the honorable mention. Because it's not is exotic as I like I like it's going to allow me to cheat all right my first honorable mention than what we'll get back to your second is we'll stay I'll stay in the US to domestically a New Mexico state that we'd never neither of us have ever been to place. We both really wanted to go. Just you know. We have not spent a lot of time in the American. Southwest definitely definitely a region of the country that that we have not seen near as much of as some other places in the US. And I've always wanted to get to New Mexico when we threw this out there you know L. A. couple months going podcast when we were talking about fall bus paces to fall Got Tons of feedback from you guys about Albuquerque. Santa Fe why we should go to New Mexico so so it is definitely on the list here so New Mexico and this seems like when we feasibly could get to. Obviously it's not near as far as some of the plates. We're GONNA talk about so New Mexico honorable honorable mention just for the fact that you said seems a little more realistic might actually go to in twenty twenty so not that. I don't want to all right. Let's get going and this the reason that you liked that I put Charleston on there. I almost put New Mexico on there. I feel like we talked about New Mexico last year on the on the twenty nineteen wishlist. I can't remember about own fall back with two weeks ago and then on our radar and we've both been wanting to go so awkwardly Charleston South Carolina. We're helping each other out so far on this list. Your last on my last article mention is on here only only because in the main list only because we have personally been there before and that is South Africa. Let me jump billionaire going there again. This is my running. Capetown is on my honor. Roll Okay for the same reason that we have it planned to go there. September twenty twenty to watch my mom. Interestingly enough in the field hockey World Cup she is on the US. Under sixty five or over sixty I forget which way they caught national team. She's the Golly. Maybe we'll win. MVP this year. I know you're listening. Mom You got to get in shape. Let's get better shape than I am. She's incredible and we are going to South Africa and we're going to keep town specifically we've been there before but I am so excited to go back as one of our favorite cities in the world. Also also the wine region Man When I was making this list a lot of my places are winds. And you're leading wine and coast go wrong. Oh Oh and Kruger National Park which is not near the coast. It's in northern South Africa. And I think that we're hoping to do a safari there in the National National Park. Would you be really exciting and I know that what is young. He'll be almost three by the time we go. It's a little young. I fry but I think he'll love it. Yeah Capetown and as you mentioned more broadly South Africa on my ro mentioned again. We are unless something happens. We are planning to be there. September into October twenty twenty twenty couldn't be more happy about that. That's our big couldn't like our beer couldn't be more happy. Couldn't be happier. That's our big trip. That's planned for twenty twenty. That's it's actually on the calendar so far so
Swiss tourist and giraffe killed in tragic car accident in South Africa's Kruger National Park
"In Kruger national park in South Africa a rented safari vehicle carrying thirteen people struck and killed a giraffe then fell into the open air vehicle killing the driver a Swiss tourist four other people were injured the park service warns safari drivers animals have the right away and be watchful for them RAF stand fourteen to nineteen feet tall and can weigh as much as twenty eight hundred pounds that is a lot more damaging than if a deer runs into your car
"kruger national park" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM
"Or something like that and forced the plane down. No, yes. May get tool. These like you wanna give it a try. So he switched. You take him. He was like Jim we got out again. Well, this is what's interesting to the NTSB. They do their analysis. Like, they do they said that they're the engine data shows that there were no mechanical issues with the plane. They were able to take a look at the path at it looked like it just went straight down into the ground. He had no drugs or alcohol at assistant. But here's the curious part for me, the plane crashes the dog unbuckle his seat belt. Jumps out of the plane and starts running away from the wreckage was purpose. The yet what I'm saying? Does it dog on buckle at seatbelts, Basha plane wise it in a seat belt and get away with it? I think dog to the old man, Al. Cujo learned to fly. Like it is. I'm sure they'll be a movie, I don't need to tell you more of this story than the headline. But this is one of those rare occasions where in animal stories, you're rooting for the animals, a skull and apparel trousers is all that remained after a suspected rhino poacher was killed by elephant. And then eaten by lions in Kruger National Park, South Africa. Support. I mean, totally down with the rhinos and elephants in analyzing that Kenneth roaches are the worst. That absolute worse yet. A.
Poacher crushed by elephant and devoured by lions in South Africa
"Word of a poacher killed in a terrible way. After trying to kill certain animals. USA radio's Chris Barnes with details. Officers poacher in South Africa wildlife, preserve was dumped to death by an elephant. And was then eaten by lawyers? Rangers at Kruger National Park, finding only the man's skull and trousers the man in two others were hunting for rhinos illegally last week. When the elephants surprise them trampling the one man and the two companions dragged his body to a spot near a road telling the man's family. What had happened police say they see guns ammo from the surviving men who appeared in court, and we're charged with illegal possession of arms trespassing in the park and conspiracy to poach
"kruger national park" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"I think it's a Burmese python. It was a female python because she's the mom of all these as Seventy-three exit was carrying a we need we need seventy three more pythons. Yes. Python? We'll be serving python homeless here on the weekends. Right. And this make her mad. Way to put a target on chatter. Exists is a mistake. And this next story is brought to us by the comic wheel for men. Went into the Kruger National Park in South Africa with the intent to poach and kill rhinos for the rhinos tusk, which is valuable on the on the black market one elephant. So it was going on and and attacked the poacher and trampled him and killed him zoos three accomplices said, well, let's drag him to the side of the road. So the people can find his body, and then let's get out of dodge. Well, something did find his body. But it wasn't rescues. It was a pride of lions can the only thing that rescue is found or searches I should say that point was a pair of pants and a skull clearly left behind by the line statement is what happens. This is statement. That's why they left the pants to the next guy. Didn't even leave his phone probably. Right. It's more of a pant. Glenn Phillips in the master of the obvious. He's the manage executive director of Kruger National Park said entering the park illegally on foot is not wise it holds many dangers. And this incident is evidence of that. By the way. I I like the way you had a to realize that report by saying the elephant, quote, Saul what was going on trample MCI. Hey, wait a minute here. Guys got right now, I've seen Disney movies. That's I will take a break. We'll come back with old guy radio. I'm Tony Kornheiser. You're listening to the Tony Kornheiser show. This is old guy radio for the day..
Suspected rhino poacher killed by elephant before being eaten by lions
"A win for the animal world only his skull. And a pair of trousers remain after suspected rhino poacher was killed by an elephant. And his body was eaten by lines. This all happened in Kruger National Park in South Africa CNN reports the man had gone into the park with four others to poach rhinos for their horns, but they abandoned the hunt and the hunter after he was charged and killed by an elephant three of the other poachers have been arrested poachers kill the African rhino for its horn. Which is falsely believed to be an
Kruger National Park And South Africa discussed on Gary and Shannon
"Zero six large animals at the biggest national park in South Africa have been elect electrocuted by freak accident, Kruger National Park officials say a heavy storm toppled a power line Friday, exposing live cable that killed a giraffe and a white rhino. Two lions two hyenas were also electrocuted while trying to feed on
"kruger national park" Discussed on This Week in Travel
"And the other question is now that you're doing that are in New York that you recommend to people in Brazil that you don't tend to recommend people in the US when you put your zillion hat on. I think so because actually think well, I'll tell you there's the opposite is true. I recommend a lot of Brazilian place to eat in New York to Americans that I would never recommend to Brazilian forbid them on my channel on resilience in the arc in forbid them going eating Brazilian food. One thing I okay, I'll give you give you one thing. A lot of Brazilians are one of the countries that depend on rice and beans like if the plate does this not it's not food. And so I will often tell them to go to Dominican restaurants in New York because it's the. Same idea with different spices. And every time I've ever bought a Brazilian to a cheap, cheap, cheap Dominican hole in the wall place in the arc. They've just felt right at home. And so that is that is one thing that's a screw sive Dominican recommendation. I mean Brazilian recommendation these videos, look hilarious, and I think on your sizzle reel on the homepage. I think I might have seen you in the Speedo. It is not that skimpy the one that's more interesting is your bathing suit or underwear with the marshmallows all over them. Yeah. So that's another. It's the same idea. It was our article about how to dress for the winter in New York, which you know, the the thing we have in New York more than anything else. That defines our winter is overheated buildings. Right. So it's this thing where you really freezing for like ten minutes. And then you get in the subway station. It's like ninety degrees. So you know, you teach the layers method. And so that was just an opening joke in that video where we said, you know, it's not all about just using a wool Speedo. And so we show. And that's actually the same Speedo. It's just covered in cotton balls. So yeah, there's a lot of crazy stuff going on that channel. Yes. Seems like you're laying on the ground a lot. But did I mentioned I also have a book out? So people know. Yes. Let's get back to rediscovering travel guide for the globally curious. Hey, Seth what do you think is the chapter that's really gonna speak to people in terms of. Hey, if I want to buy this book for my next door neighbor for Christmas or Hanukkah. What is the chapter that's really gonna grab the everyday person on the street. Well, the whole I think the philosophy of it is all in chapters one in two so you can sort of reach after pages one through three in the book, and you don't like it. Then you probably don't wanna read the book. But I think that I really think sort of as you get later in the book, there's a chapter on risk and travel and chapter on money and travel, and I think that those are the ones that I think are maybe most surprising to people. You know, are you really scared of the right things you travel really scared about. And if you if you're scared about the right things a lot of other things kind of open up to you. I mean, just. Obvious thing is that many anymore. Travelers are hurt or die in car. Yeah. And if you don't if you don't know that then that in and of itself is the Dominican Republican Thailand are his are always on the list of the most dangerous places to live. And so you'd be much better off going to place it just at a terrorism attack than to that took a road trip across Thailand site. So that's good. And then the whole money thing we've already talked about. But I tell the story of my, you know, on my own safari in South Africa where I drove my own car. Stated the tent in Kruger National Park and actually was just mentioned his last night at a at a book event. And people say what you stayed in a tent in it wildlife park and drove your car, and I was like this literally what every South African does. They just like, okay. Let's grab our tents..
"kruger national park" Discussed on Nobody Told Me That! with Teresa Duncan
"In fact, when I get off the phone with you, I need to call my my doctor and make sure that my malaria pills can called in those gonna sneak. I have to take a, we'll bunch of hills in, I think. Does it make you a little nauseous than malaria? That's what I've read in still, Kevin was looking up, you know, what are the requirements when you go to South Africa and there's no like shots requirements, so you don't have to get shots or anything, but they do recommend that you have malaria pills on hand. So just in case you get bit my mosquito that you could take malaria pill to prevent you from getting it. So I just have to have them on hand. I mean, pretty sure you're going to get bit by. I don't know. I chance probably you know, in the parties or anything like that you have planned as soon as we land and Johannesburg. We immediately or going to Kruger National Park, and we're going to do a three day, three nights safari on inside Kruger National Park. So that'll be tastic. But then we're speaking at the South African dental association on Saturday, October, thirteenth. So Kevin's doing this system track and I'm doing part of the practice management track. And then on our way to Cape Town, we're going to be doing some doctor study clubs along the way. Oh, you can. I know, isn't that? It's just going to be so fun. I'm so excited when I hear it's very beautiful there. So I'm excited to see your face look picks in in all of that. I don't know if you'd have your net in the middle of the safari, but. I'm hoping that we do Kevin and I are going to do a Novotny webinar while we're they're gone. Yeah. Yeah. So I'm counting on it that we have internet yet long as you're not talking in the camera, and then all of a sudden you running in the cameras. Exactly. I'm running from a cheetah or something. Oh, no. Okay. So is there anything else that you'd like to let the audience know about? Well, I just wanted to go back to kinda got off track. When we started talking about hardware. I know I just wanted to really back in back to our topic of the day was so one of the most common questions I get Lois Banta she'll text me and she'll like say they're Detrick system is so slow. It's probably not Detrick that's probably the network or the that computer or the server or something. It's probably a hardware issue more so than the Adele Trix issue, you know. So everybody wants to blame the practice management software, but a lot of times we have to diagnose exactly what it is and you know a lot of offices though they'll put in a network and when I say network, but I'm talking about is the actual cable that plugs into the computer and goes to the network box. So you might have fifteen workstations that are all plugged into the same network box, these network cables, they run all through the office. In through the ceilings or through the floor or whatever an office thinks that, oh, I can install a network and then I never have to touch it again for twenty years. Well, it doesn't work that way. A lot of times the office needs to look at the hardware and see, does the hardware meet the requirements of this software? And you know, so anytime, you know, kind of going back to upgrade if we're going to upgrade our Detrick software, for example, up to g seven which is coming up right now. The most important thing is that your hardware exceeds the recommendation, not just meet the recommendations. I would exceed the recommendations and so we have to look at network speed. We have to look at the server components. We have to look at the workstation components. If you do an upgrade without looking at those hardware components or ignore any kind of warning signs, then you're just setting.
"kruger national park" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine
"So what impact is it having do you have any way to measure it? So the biggest project we'd run to dight so Kruger National Park in South Africa. To around food of the world's population. And most of those on as in the southern quarter of Kruger National pop Krueger in South Africa, she has a border with Mozambique and things around sufism fifteen eighty percent of the people that are doing the poaching coming across the border from Muslim baked into South Africa into crew into the heart of the biggest Ron population in the world MS around full hundred ortganizations specializing in Ron conservation in South Africa, but not move you on the piece of land that was up against the South African Buddha on Mohsen big soil piece of land that separated most wills ruin. Most wills, Ron coaches, critical piece of land on the planet folk for conservation, all us into a losing wool. So we went in there and set up grand liberal offensive involved. A hundred sixty five coast now for different government parliaments big offenses, Moke guns. Helicopters plans essentially a ground level insurgency that will faulting against the local popular. Ocean. Had a team of primarily wash instructors that will over the leading leading local indigenous forces. And you know, we were literally will with the local population, they're not. That was a the. We still purchase coming through that area into southern Kruger National and that led to a those. Those poachers were subsistence Boettcher's. Now punches poaching for Rana on making really money significant amounts of money, driving brand Yukos's, leaving big asses at At it. it. We stopped coaches from coming through there that that helped Krueger a deploy forces to their western boundary and collectively led to a dance Rana poaching likely which led to the first downturn in Iran fudging figures globally. For the first decade, the program was a success, but it was a failure because ultimately the communities in Africa will decide feature of it's it's it's willingness areas, right? Were will with local community sign with Iraq, man, or we're will. So the local community where bitten were involved in the poaching in and just doing one operating to stop. It wasn't gonna change. The the basic underlying needs that they had right to earn economic conditions didn't change not only that, but fables husbands and sons and uncles, coming home in body bags. In the the whole operation down agencies. I side it's been full hundred, four hundred people from those communities killed during those counterpunching perations. So it was. Okay. Drive drive a downturn in Rona poaching, but it's not the answer at actually it might might us Sean gets all the box on in Troy on the new one of the programs. Now, I think he's, you know, will define the future of conservation as as we know, is that the ACA Shing of program or. We actually reading it was Neil Tom's article, their better group of female US ranges to come through the ranks of Saint. We looked at it and conservation's a mile dominated industry. The ratio of men to women on the front lawns around one hundred one. And as we looking around at other industries in and US military was seeing women through the ranks right and reading more and more about how the impairment of women is. This guy is full, supposedly, China Wilson, Dino so it. Well, if if women not getting exposure at ground level to the experience that I need to rise up through the ranks in genuinely fulfil management positions with the band experienced proper operational decisions than than if women, if women comp aggressing conservation can conservation progress when the rest of the world seems to be moving along I. So we set out to to to build a team of old females to as anti-poaching unit, and we try to, which will. Trodden and we couldn't. We couldn't. We couldn't find a reserve that would accept them us out to trial this everyone perceived to be such a huge risk. You mean you couldn't find an existing conservation unit from any of the countries involved? Is that. We couldn't fall any any that would that would willing to allow us to test this model. I say, and then we eventually found in abandoned hunting, reserve, trophy, hunting, resists. Just to give some context, trophy hunting, trophy hunting is is a dying industry. Trophy hunting, whip people from overseas over in Schouten elephant align Arana yeah, Facebook has helped kill that offering it at it has activism largely driven from the western world, Jews wildlife populations in tougher laws and penalties around important exports of certain trophies, such as on every from countries like Zimbabwe to the US again.
"kruger national park" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast
"Has been enormously successful and they have been one of the few countries that have been able to maintain populations of animals like white rhino because of private game owners who have private game farms and it's all in now privately controlled hands and then you have kruger national park which is largely fenced and this model of conservation has allowed the species to recover in increase their population now in other countries like in east africa like tanzania kenya you see the more popular parks lakes getting massimo other completely unfenced so the animals in in one sense it's best for the animal because they're able to maintain their historical migration routes so they can you know for john's the elephants in tarangire national park have passed into the park and then out of the park into the dispersals owns into like the kilimanjaro area in even north of the border into kenya and these historic routes have been preserved for that reason but on the flip side you of course have pastoralists smallscale farmers subsistence farm hours even villages that are built in between national parks so when the animal leaves the national park you know they often come into conflict with these villages so that introduces problems between man and animal usually animals come off worse than those scenarios in the long run and just on mobile camping you know you mentioned paying out to sea animals from the city of nairobi i don't think that i'd become to camping on well i can just read my i'm banging on a bet my sabi sands experience but it was really one of the most fantastic trips i've ever done in my life it's it's amazing thing to do we need to plato's africa again.
"kruger national park" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast
"Ping shuffling and then of course you have all the hangers on so you have in addition to the wildebeest you have a large number of zebra that accompanied the migration and they're interspersed all throughout the herds and they're just as compelling to watch as any of the wildebeest and of course a little more visually dynamic as well so the two of them mixed together it's just a fantastic spectacle absolutely well you handed to us is an expert on national punks and safaris so mice these expert well expert is is a high accolade enthusiasts for sure but you know at least like every year i tried to go to a new destination in africa money willing and so so far i've visited a the kruger national park in south africa in the adjoining savvy sans reserve which is a world famous destination for leopards or especially a bitch awaited to tourists vehicles able to thing dancing the leopard yet yeah that's right yeah i'm believable and the mass mar in kenya which of course is primarily famous for its migration but also all of the attendant predators like the cheetah in the lion and a little harder to see the leopard there but certainly not impossible and the stern getting national park in teheran geary national park also dams india one of the my favorite destinations of south luanda national park in zambia which is has the most spectacular variation in scenery with enormous baobab in sausage trees and that of course lew river itself which is you know seasonally very different depending on when you go in the dry season is very low very wide open in the wet season it's just lush and full of i think the highest concentration of hippos of anywhere i've ever seen possibly out of most of the national parks and another thing that i would say is especially interesting you know a lot of the destinations i mentioned so far some of the big ticket you know highest most popular safari destinations in the world.
"kruger national park" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Of high tide low monday night thirty degrees tuesday's high thirty four wednesday if you got a blustery day and the chilly day blend of clouds and sun and you know people flying in just before the storm the bumpy weather lat during them at one of these storms i read an account of the at the airport had really close and people were landing in windy weather to the point where everyone practically every one of the plane actually threw up in the pilots almost throw up now i don't know if they should be landing in that kind of weather really i know they want to save money and i know people want to get there but me i just assume the void that i don't need it to be that bad it is going gonna be really bad if people have thrown up i won't talk about it anymore i want to grocery out we have newman and rally yellow neumann fo bradley warning high so uh i want to talk with the elephants importation okay uh i think it's gross but um in kruger national park for example um i i guess there were thinking about calling the elephants because there's so many of them for square mile in kruger that are destroying arc yeah yeah i mean i i haven't heard about that and i still don't wanna i still don't think it's cool to kill majestic elephants gasic settling all either i don't think there are enough elements i think we need more elephants i even has been wealth and spread out they'll maybe by maybe with the us allowing importation it might give private reserve the intensive care freedom uh maybe just a thought i just not do it well because i i am a hunter so i i do i get that will buy it but i would never onto they'll be able would you hunter would you hunault you just for its antlers no okay so there's one thing that ever as part of the food chain as another thing to hunt just for trophies yeah just a big quicko people i know in in africa and.
"kruger national park" Discussed on X96
"The right lane is closed their crash south on i fifteen at milepost to ninety nine that's the ramp to the 215 junction crash westbound sr tool nine at ninety a south it's just east of i fifteen incidentally the right lane being affected there that's traffic part here's more here's candidate number three and number three you'll see all they left was the head and some mamane a suspected poacher was fatally mold and eaten by a pack of lion's near national park in south africa they left behind that is the lions they left behind only the man's head and some remains police said a police spokesman limpopo said that a a loaded hunting rifle was found near the man's body at a private game park in holds proof west of kruger national park which contains large numbers of big game species lions leopards rhinoceros elephants and buffalos now it seems as though the victim though so these it's a game park and i think they do allow some some hunting there but you pay to do that but this person did not pay i'll not paying him this person was poaching okay sneaking onto the property and trying to kill some of the big game when he was attacked and killed by lions made his barred at body nearly all of it they said and then just left his head in some remains he got what he deserved so maybe you won't vote for him but he is boehner chander has nearly three and all they left was the head and some remains rates area go let's review the first two and ri we had a boehner candidate number one which was well there there's a opean at chiang it's an honest mistake it's a tv station in chicago uh instead of putting up yungchiang a behind an olympic report on television on one of the slides they put paf chang's and then the olympic low a rings and so forth boehner candidate number two who are these people that want to see this kind of thing it's a nurse assistant certified nurse assistant or a nursing and racing assistant at an assisted living home in shoe recuse who took video of an elderly vulnerable resident a using the.
"kruger national park" Discussed on talkRADIO
"Places where people are all perhaps desperate animals they might not have access to mainstream media so you know certainly i think it's back to say that most people hate him on even if you go to the poorest township in south africa people will tell you how much they hate him but it's it's not that say he's universally reviled um uh although at this point i think everybody would agree has to go in terms of whether this reflects the strength or weakness in south africa i think even then we'll be see it horrifying the level to which the state has been bottomed out bodies so that corrupt cornea stick nepotistic network um i think cool so it's worth bearing in mind that south africa has shown the strength that has it been hats other african nations don't have it has an astonishing exists media that his thumbs down slim incredible investigative work to expose this network and also f f issued issue raised that it's really helps him repeatedly to account i'm not to us q before i let you go as she lined given that you are in johannesburg note that far from the crew could game pa big story doing the rounds in the last twenty four hours of say about a a poacher who turned victim pitcher who is cool with it comes an ammunition well they didn't catch him the lions dis uh he's we was eaten alive affects three law anything left was his his head it repays lines like keeper trophy as well as the purchase in the hunters has that story bean it's hugh she's here in the uk is happy big news in south africa and how's it be met with well i expect it to the times needs desk uh yesterday and there was little take up but then i i've written off the paper will now on the topic of seamer instead um yeah i mean you know there's always great delight from consolation greets when that happens you nigel could paralyse picked off this uh people being eaten by crocodiles in lion's charged by rhode island and trampled by us and um you know pitching is a huge problem in the in the kruger national park and even though this land has not yet identified as much as not yet nine um it.
"kruger national park" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Going to be a story that a lot of people are going to sympathize with the animal the killed the guy as opposed to the guy that was killed by the animal and very rarely does that happened but in this case a poacher was mauled by a lion in south africa a suspected poacher was mold by lions in south africa according to local reports the man's body was found at a private reserve not far from the famous kruger national park the man's motives for trespassing are still unclear he was killed in the area known for rhino poaching authorities are trying to figure out if the man was there to illegally kill lions when he got attacks and media outlets in south africa say much of the man's body was eaten making it difficult to identify him and the only part of the body that they did need was his head and to maybe maybe they're like here we're going to keep his head and tag and you guys can look she would what a poacher looks like one so we get a hold of him that is on may believable a guy went um that's a young i guess he died what he love doing i getting a eaten by lines but you know that that final struggle has to be had to be very intense what a lying its old you exhorted dog getting a whole eu lying gets a hold you and it's two shakes of his head any snaps your neck and you're done uh one of those powerful most powerful predators and and and i you know hunters in the.
"kruger national park" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"They do it several months before a massive new something is unveiled whether it's a new ride whether it's a new area if they do this now pixar pierre opening in the summer what do you think they're going to do before the open star wars land netted center raise prices again and then they're still going to set attendance records because people are gonna fork over brazilian dollars to not totally going take thoko and of course with oil and that's the thing is they know that there are people who are going to do that so if you're complaining about it don't go i think you're missing output don't go uh darwin day has been trending because of a guy in africa who got what was coming to him if you're an animal fan this is where you a starwave in that lyon a flag that you have a suspected poacher was approaching a pack of lions in the kruger national park in south africa within their have you been poaching lyons now i have not been i've seen the lions in kruger national park animals have been poached in increasing numbers over recent years and finally they have begun fighting back loaded hunting rifle and ahead were found a human hair this suspected poacher was mauled to death in eaten by this pack of alliance and they said they didn't leave anything just some scraps i think and ahead an eight the rest of the body i thought it would have been fantastic had it turned out that one of the lines actually shot him before they ate him which may be why they got rid of the evidence they didn't want everyone to know that they now have opposable thumbs and have picked up the rifles were starting to point of the other way go lyon skull okay um i'll play for you the going down in rio song the first part of it and then tell you why the hashtag who watch is trending next gary and shannon will continue amy king wants a the national weather service is going to be much cooler and possibly wet through mid week following a warm.
"kruger national park" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520
"Roughly the age from twenty five tabatai fortyfive is our target van how long have you been around you relatively new we established in 1997 while we have trained over fourteen and a half thousand africans inconsistent variety of conservation training and from any food different african countries when someone leaves your college where do they typically go what do they do most of them already employed silica back to their workplaces but we talking about that zimbabwe parks and wildlife same pox within south africa mozambique malawi botswana namibia zimbabwe must students that are running the reserves the hunters going to to hunt ask students many jin them i've in this sounds like incredibly important work that teresa and her cohorts arguing that college you know it's unbelievable billy up till now they just hasn't been a college like that in to see a bona fide college with a very very well organized campus incredible training facilities and train as the transfer of skills as i call it that goes on on that patch of africa coup is leading the leading the charge and conservation initiatives it's a great way to make sure that you know people from all of africa all getting the very best training that they need to be effective in the field it it's unbelievable billy i can't even say enough about them they they do a fantastic job plus i give an example here poaching a hideous a huge problem in africa everywhere but especially in africa right now we hear the whole restores what is your shruru into prepare folks to fight poaching very good christian billion something the extremely proud of because xe based just on the boise inside the kruger national park we on the border for the cricket talk some of that hideous protein is taking place on a training area so we have a looney by doing programmes how can i students not any learn the theory but but be part of the practical application to minimise and in the skills to the jas approaching and we've come up with what we call a fourtier approach festival boots on the ground thus failed ranges and antipoaching need to have skills that are much broader than what they used to be so it's not surveillance aimed at vaughn saint poaching claim to sign these old different training that that is not taking place a.
"kruger national park" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast
"Just over here well what do all do prepoll but any anything you want to go into more detail about that's that's good at um all right so right now i'm in bangkok knock uh here every fall for a conference in this to get some work done next month and go into tanzania to ruin the fiery and to work on some business over there the next month ahead had to india to do my third a rickshaw uh adventure around the country to finally say that i've circumnavigated the indian subcontinent enrich shaw uh right at the end of january i'm heading to south africa to lead a totally this far it with a threat chase uh in kruger national park right after that i had to japan to uh do one possibly two trips ah leading to trips air one is uh a new one that i'm co hosting with my friend jules uh that'll be a snowboarding and yoga retreat in hokkaido for about a week and then uh the next month in march i'll be leaving my fourth each and culinary adventure tour uh or take a small group of travellers and i introduced them to japan through the history uh festivals people uh culture religion and most importantly food and drink of the country that i know about so well um and that picks of through to about uh may and and that's that's the style as i've got planned right now is that is that it and the next seven months that that's all i was expecting so much so there you guys have it you can now understand why i don't really understand what it is that scott does other than everything when it comes to two adventuring travel and talk to people about how this like how you set up your life because i i think right away people are saying i wait he's leading trips to japan he's leading safaris he's doing adventuretravel for himself like how have you structure your life in a way that all of this is possible let's say uh i started uh i i lived and studied and worked in japan when i was eighteen nineteen years old of.
"kruger national park" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"To visit kruger national park or to even cross through zimbabwe through visit the victoria falls and trophy national park in fourth quarter are so weak and actually next with the threecountry and ten to thirteen day trip where he gets to cover all of the highlight south africa cape town johannesburg kruger farc also victoria full in zimbabwe us choppy national farc and now what's squander what about kenya is that still popular nairobi and then uh wonderful resort the only reason gaining is still on the van from the united states market is tanzania people looking for votes to give infants any and keep in mind that the flight to nairobi kenya is much less expensive than the flight tens every it according than jardel airport so people like to make difficult decision for that reason i suppose it gets to spend a night in nairobi olympia arrive because of the long flight and then after deathly visit much more rock are not quarrel and couple of clark's austrian with rice can generally cross through their stirring cathy ashton tanzania's to enjoy old for another week i'll four femur spark are in tanzania like uh they clown y'all fostering gas decree third noble goal an all those famous skin dry absolutely tasks they when there was a cruise line klestil harmony and uh called the main to take my wife and fly to cape town and go up the west coast of africa up which is quite unknown to many people do you ever have to are going to the west coast of africa only all want we have a request for a private tour than we did tiniest thoughts it starts with you made because as you mentioned it's not uh famous or known for their night that this teeth market i'll let you do anything on the west coast of africa yet that that's absolutely correct we did a twenty four a day crews right after nine that lebanon they were desperate to.
"kruger national park" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Solution for wildlife crime some where are you taking us this is the kruger national park in south africa and it is huge how the size of israel it's covered in forests and grassi planes and it's home to lots of these guys these are african elephants kruger national park is home to thousands of them there feature is by no means secure so we're talking about poaching here i'm sure many of us have seen those distressing pictures on social media of animals killed for their ivory and their carcasses to slim after the savannah exactly south africa is in the midst of a poaching epidemic that stretches across much of the continent and it's being driven by massive demand for ivory sir elephant tusks and rhino horns mostly from consumers in asia how big is the problem the numbers are actually really startling there are about four hundred thousand african elephants and in twenty fifteen about twenty thousand of those were killed by poachers that's five percent of the population and just a single year and african rhinos while they're a 25000 less and 1300 were killed in 2015 the vast majority of those in south africa but now some people are hopeful that these things could hell right the drone can stay up in the air for by two and a half hours we would sit the drone on a predetermined path and we would then fly to huts foot we we should go luke luke activity this is otto von l and he's the ceo of ups a drone company based in south africa he thinks that by using these flying machines to keep an eye on poachers he can reduce.