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  • Animal and Reptile Park Zoo, Muldersdrift
    The Animal and Reptile Park Zoo was created totally natural and wild, for the wellbeing of our animals and the zoo specialises in mammals and reptiles, particularly primates, apes, cats and snakes. Plot 70, Nooitgedacht Road, Muldersdrift. Daily from 10h00 to 17h00.
     

George Adamson
George Alexander Graham Adamson was born in Etawah, India (then British India) on the 3rd of February 1906.
At the age of 18 George came to Kenya, East Africa in 1924 to work on his father's coffee plantation. Working on a plantation was not suited to his adventurous spirit and in the following years he tried various things and worked at many different jobs. Years later in 1968 he vividly described these adventures in his fascinating biography titled 'Bwana Game'(European title) and in the USA titled 'A Lifetime With Lions'. His 2nd book published in 1986 is an equally fascinating autobiography titled 'My Pride and Joy'.
In 1938 at age 32 this tan and handsome young man with sandy blond hair and striking blue eyes joined Kenya's Game Department as a warden. Being a game warden was an occupation that suited him extremely well and one at which he thrived. He met and married Joy four years later. Joy had three miscarriages and they were never able to have children...Sadly on August 20, 1989 George Adamson was murdered in Kenya, East Africa by Somalian bandits when he went to the rescue of his assistant and a young European tourist in the Kora National Park. He is buried in the Kora National Park near to his brother Terrance, Super Cub and his beloved lion friend Boy.
 

  • Austin Roberts Bird Sanctuary, Muckleneuk
    The Austin Roberts Bird Sanctuary lies in Muckleneuk and is a regular Sunday afternoon picnic spot for families. The area around the Blue Crane restaurant, which lies virtually on the dam and adjacent reed beds, attracts blue crane, grey crowned crane, rock doves, speckled pigeons and the odd Egyptian goose, that all feed regularly here.
     

  • Croc City Crocodile Farm, Fourways
    Croc City crocodile farm provides the opportunity for the public to observe one of the world's most spectacular predators at close range. We are home to more than 800 crocodiles, ranging from hatchlings, to large adults of over four metres in length. Mondays to Sundays from 09h00 to 16h30.
     

  • Johannesburg Zoo
    The Johannesburg Zoo houses animals of approximately 3000 different species.Tours and excursions around the zoo are offered under the auspices of the education department.
     

  • Lory Park Animal and Owl Sanctuary
    The Lory Park Animal and Owl Sanctuary in Midrand is open to the public from Tuesday to Sunday - 10am to 4pm. The Park has a wide variety of Birds (including Birds of Prey), Herbivores (plant eaters), Omnivores (plant and meat eaters) and Carnivores (meat eaters) on display. 180/1 Kruger Road, President Park, Midrand.
     

  • Montecasino Bird Gardens
    Experience the wonder of the Montecasino Bird Gardens - the only facility of its kind in Africa. Montecasino Bird Gardens is home to over 1 000 birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians and other small creatures. 08h30 to 17h00 Daily.
     

  • South African Lipizzaners
    The South African Lipizzaners perform every Sunday morning at 10h30 in their majestic indoor hall in Kyalami. The performance lasts about 60 minutes.
     

Animal & Bird Sanctuaries in and around Pretoria

 


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