Monthly Archives: June 2012

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CSV Construction weekend at Kudu Ridge Game Ranch

2015-03-08T11:09:33+00:00 June 27th, 2012|

CSV Construction [Pty] Ltd hosted their top management and engineers at Kudu Ridge for the rugby test between the Springboks and England. Besides attending the test match Kudu Ridge arranged an elephant back ride with Addo Elephant Back Safaris on their reserve. To the CSV staff this was a once in a life time experience where [...]

Update on Digger

2012-06-20T10:38:16+00:00 June 20th, 2012|

Digger is now 45 days old and weighs 390 grams. He is in the process of losing his down and attaining his full plumage. Digger has also learn't to feed himself!

Addo Archaeology Excavations

2015-03-09T20:49:46+00:00 June 19th, 2012|

Matt Lotter, a University of the Witwatersrand Archaeology PhD student, is currently staying at the Kudu Ridge Game Ranch. He has found several archaeological sites, in both the Addo and Kirkwood regions, where he is excavating for stone tools. His sites of interest date back to between 1.4 million to 650 thousand years ago, falling [...]

Radio KingFisher FM Travelling Tribe

2015-03-08T11:01:37+00:00 June 11th, 2012|

The Traveling Tribe from Kingfisher FM along with Gary, Jane and Ashley Stevenson spent the past weekend at a cold and wet Kudu Ridge Game Ranch. The weather however did not put a damper on anyones spirit and good fellowship was enjoyed by all in true Kudu Ridge style around the large fire in the [...]

New Chick arrives at Kudu Ridge.

2016-10-22T23:23:09+00:00 June 5th, 2012|

This Barn Owl chick was found by our Archaeologist Matt Lotter at one of his sites in the Addo area. It had fallen out of its nest on a cliff which was inaccessible, and is now being reared by Andrew, resident Game Ranger who is a trained Falconer. The Barn Owl chick was approx 10 [...]

Black rhino sighting in Addo Elephant Park

2015-03-08T21:49:50+00:00 June 4th, 2012|

A black rhino was spotted browsing in a thicket in the Addo Elephant Park on a tour through Addo with guests on Saturday morning. These animals are highly endangered due to poaching by unscrupulous people with the mistaken belief that the horn has medicinal value. This belief is totally unfounded as the horns have absolutely [...]