Thank you to everybody who has supported our wild and free meerkat conservation work over 2015. Wishing you an excellent 2016! Adopt a Wild meerkat and help support conservation - signed supporter certificate, meerkat poster and meerkat conservation…Read More
The Pale chanting goshawk Melierax canorus in The Meerkat Magic Valley Reserve of The Meerkat Magic Conservation Project utilises any available vantage point as a hunting perch. This species is a primary hunter of Meerkats. Many bird species have adapted to…Read More
Testimonial from Professor Tim Clutton-Brock from Cambridge University Large Animal Research Group (L.A.R.G) in Britain for Grant M. Mc Ilrath - A.K.A
- The Meerkat Man http://www.meerkatmagic.com/images/articles/testimonials/cambridge.jpg Testimonial…Read More
In order to maintain homeostasis meerkats have adapted to a variety of thermoregulatory behaviours.
These include using their sparsely haired undersides as natures solar panels to
warm up. Huddling over their bellies and together cooperatively to preserve…Read More
Guarding frequency and foraging success are directly related to group size and survival in the meerkat.
Meerkat guarding is one of the major adaptations for wild meerkats co-operative success as a diurnal species. Having many eyes watching out for…Read More