Where We Work & How Far We Travel

Travelling to all these destinations, venues and facilities to treat animals in need and being honoured to meet the special people who care for them, makes what Dr Steenkamp does so worthwhile.

Join Dr Steenkampon his travels around the globe, as you browse through the links below

Last updated 2014-01-11

  • It all started on a certain day in 1871, the Old Zoo,formerly called the Menagerie, was founded in an unusual way by a group of witty bowls players.
  • Predator World is a modern zoo.Predator World makes t!he best burgers in the North West province!
  • The 85-hectare Zoo in Pretoria houses 3117 specimens of 209 mammal species, 1358 specimens of 202 bird species, 3871 specimens of 190 fish species, 388 specimens of 4 invertebrate species, 309 specimens of 93 reptile species, and 44 specimens of 7 amphibian species.
  • Louise became increasingly empathetic to the animals caught up in South Africa’s wildlife industry and more and more she became an outspoken critic of the industry’s unethical and inhumane operators.
  • Nestled in the beautiful Waterberg Mountains - an area renowned author and conservationist, Clive Walker, predicted would emerge as the most important and significant conservation area in South Africa.
  • The Lake is surrounded by the Pongola Game Reserve and Phongolo Nature Reserve, which provide spectacular game viewing from the water's edge.
  • World class uShaka Marine World, situated in Durban, South Africa, opened its turnstiles to the general public on April 30th 2004.
  • World of Birds is the largest bird park in Africa and one of the few large bird parks in the World. Over 3 000 birds (and small animals) of 400 different species are uniquely presented in more than 100 spacious landscaped walk through aviaries, allowing you the most intimate closeness with nature.
  • Cong Wen of Xixiakou Wildlife Zoo in eastern China says four cubs called ligers were born to the lion and tiger earlier this.