Madeleine May

Story of One of Africa’s Greatest Animal Trackers

Episode 4: Master Tracker During Mozambique’s civil war, Wilson Masiya walked through Kruger National Park four times, guiding desperate families to relative safety in South Africa. Now, he is a Master Tracker at the Royal Malewane, one of South Africa’...

When Civil War Made Humans Prey for Carnivores

[VIEWER DISCRETION ADVISED: The above video contains graphic images of animal and human remains.] Episode 3: Carnivores With reports that they were killing a person each week, (now former) Kruger Park Ranger Louis Oliver shot and killed five lions in 1997. When ...

Follow Humans Who Walk ‘Through the Prides’

Episode 1: Leaving Home For hundreds of years, the area now called Kruger National Park has been a common migratory route for both South Africans and Mozambicans living along the park’s border. Immigration through the park increased dramatically in the 1970...

Confronting the Rhino in the Room

A small herd of cattle cross in front of us as we we walk down the dirt road to visit another family in Welverdiend, a community adjacent to South Africa’s Kruger National Park. Joseph, our guide and the son ...