KZN SIGHTINGS (Latestimfolozi)

Wildlife  Sightings for KZN Parks

Research Projects

Help out by reporting the following:

Monitoring Wild dogs and Cheetahs 

Data to report :


Lion  Research: (Branding/  collars)   

               Monitoring of  Tagged  Vultures

There are two vulture projects currently so if information can be sent to both that would be great or just send it to Shaz.




The tagging datd assists us with learning about the birds movements, foraging and distribution ranges,  eating preference, protected vs             non-protected land use, roosting sites, breeding  etc etc.     

                 Basically it's the birds identity document.

                    Please  email the following info below to - or



  Marking Vultures makes them individually identifiable to facilitate collecting  information onlocal movements and dispersal patterns ; migratory routes and timing ; survival  rates and longevity ; potential threats and cause of mortalities.

Please email the following info below to - or

                          The details we require are:

Date of sighting



GPS co-ordinates

Name and details of person who made the sighting

A photo if possible

Tag number

Behaviour of the bird i.e. eating at carcass / with other  vultures.., roosting, nesting etc

Species of vulture, if possible




The Virtual Museum (VM) - Data capture of sightings


Kznsightings along with Hilltop Honorary Officers, capture all the sights posted by our members on whatsapp onto their data system, to help with HIP data.  


If you'd like to help add extra data please see online data sheet - Click here


More info on project click here




Brake for wildlife  - EWT Road kill project

Kznsightings along with Hilltop Honorary officers, capture all our reported road kill sightings posted by members onto the EWT data system, to help with the recording of  HIP data.

If, during your travels, in park  you spot any roadkill on our roads please record your sighting via kznsightings or email us or Hilltop Honorary officers and the WTP will use the data you share in their work to reduce the impacts of transport on our wildlife. The WTP has launched the Road Watch South Africa smartphone app to make your participation in their Roadkill Research and Mitigation Project easier.


More info on project click here