Rewilding the Waterberg

Rewilding is the new conservation science which holds that instead of preserving remnants of allegedly pristine areas to conserve iconic species, conservation efforts can be broadened to include repopulating, or rehabilitating areas and merging properties to revitalise ecosystems.  The concept of “Rewilding” is expanded in Jepson and Blythe’s book of the same name. They recount […]

Baboons in the Dust

Dr Rich McFarland directs the Swebeswebe Primate Project (SSPP) on the Swebeswebe Wildlife Estate in the Waterberg.  Richard is currently based at Nottingham Trent University in the UK and holds affiliate faculty positions at UNISA and the University of the Witwatersrand.  Rich has been studying South African primates since 2012 and following seven years working […]

Great progress by Waterberg Research

Waterberg Research Support Centre (WRSC) is a registered NPC and was founded by Marileze Greyling to provide support in the coordination and collation of research in the Waterberg Bio-Region.