Diversity in Kyalami- 17 January 2014


KYALAMI – The Greater Kyalami Conservancy’s latest biodiversity project revealed the wide range of animals that roam the conservancy.

Tyrone Mckendry, who heads up the biodiversity section for the conservancy, borrowed a camera trap from a resident who was

Cape Porcupine pictured on the camera trap.

Cape Porcupine pictured on the camera trap.

interested in documenting the wildlife in the area.

Mckendry posted on the Greater Kyalami Conservancy Facebook page: “After four days of recording we have already seen a black-backed Jackal with pups, slender mongoose, scrub hares, guineafowl and a possible porcupine.”

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