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People from the Waterberg district learned of her work and started to call upon her for help, as did the veterinarians from the region. Silke even had the pleasure of looking after an orphaned Rhino baby, who is now a sub adult and living free. It was found abandoned in a cage on a property outside Bela Bela, which was for sale. Email or phone Password Forgotten account? See more of Bambalela Lodge Rustenburg on Facebook.
Log In. Forgotten account? Not Now. Community See all. Our lovely new on-site Curio Shop and Kiosk now sells monkey product donations…. Silke von Eynern, the founder and major benefactor of the facility, originally immigrated to South Africa from Germany in , with her late husband.
The original objective was to reintroduce game into the Groot Nylsoog area of the Waterberg. She purchased five Blue Wildebeest, but upon their arrival quickly determined that the animals were only a couple of days old. Complex but stable groups called troops of individuals consist of adult females and their immature offspring and 1 or more mature males.
The other four are the lesser bushbaby, the thick-tailed bushbaby, the samango monkey and the chacma baboon. Vervet monkeys live in close-knit troops of 5—40 animals, led by a dominant male. Females have one baby at a time, typically every 1. Babies are born throughout the year but mostly between October and December.
Vervets are omnivorous, and eat fruits, flowers, seeds, leaves, shoots, bird's eggs, insects, lizards, etc. They continually patrol their territory to defend their boundaries and search for food. Vervets only feed during the day and sleep in trees at night. Ideally, they prefer to feed in the morning and late afternoon, but if food is scarce, they might be forced to feed throughout the day or when food is available.
Man is the biggest threat to vervet monkeys in the wild. In addition to habitat encroachment and urbanization, thousands of vervet monkeys are trapped and sold every year to medical research laboratories.
Vervet monkeys are also systematically eradicated by farmers due to the misconception that they destroy fruit crops. The farming community is responsible for the majority of the orphaned vervet monkey babies most often the mothers are shot by farmers. Other Fun Activities. Volunteers may have the opportunity to explore the area during optional day-trips typically every week, though may vary.Bambelela Bambo Ela ela e Helele (Velile & Safri Duo) Injabulo Jongosi Kuwe baba Kuyabanda Kwazulu Ngiyavuma Ngiyekeleni Nothing For Mahala: Omalo Qhawe lam Raise Your Head Sondela Thando Uhlanya Uzanalena Vulindlela Woza sidale Woze Africa - Cape To Cairo Zingane Zinyanya.