Herping Durban: In Search of Kloof and Cascade Frogs

In December of 2017, I went to Durban for a few days on holiday. While there, I herped in Westville and Kloof and found some awesome reptiles and frogs. This video showcases the animals that were found on the trip and features Tyrone James Ping, a well-known herpetology enthusiast and photographer living in KwaZulu Natal. …

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Herping Hogsback: Finding a Critically Endangered Toad

On the 30th of August myself and Luke Kemp (Snakes and their Mates) attended a BioBlitz with EWT (Endangered Wildlife trust) near Hogsback, Eastern Cape. The aim of the trip was to find as may reptiles and frogs as we possibly could, with the main aim of finding the critically endangered Amatola Toad (Vandijkophrynus amatolicus). …

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13th Herpetological Association of Africa (HAA) Conference 2017: Part 2

Recently, Luke Kemp and I attended the 13th biennial HAA (Herpetological Association of Africa) conference in Bonamanzi Game Reserve, Hluhluwe, Kwazulu Natal. The conference took place from 23-27 January 2017. This video forms part of a two part mini-series designed to showcase our experiences at the conference. This is a collection of some of the animals …

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13th Herpetological Association of Africa (HAA) Conference 2017: Part 1

Recently, Luke Kemp and I attended the 13th biennial HAA (Herpetological Association of Africa) conference in Bonamanzi Game Reserve, Hluhluwe, Kwazulu Natal. The conference took place from 23-27 January 2017. This video forms part of a two part mini-series designed to showcase our experiences at the conference. This is a collection of some of the …

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