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This profile was last updated on 10/25/04  and contains information from public web pages.
 
Background

Employment History

  • Game Ranger
    Kruger Park
  • Kruger Park Game Ranger

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Web References
Why 5000 elephants must die - [Sunday Herald]
www.sundayherald.com, 25 Oct 2004 [cached]
I had spent it with Kruger Park game ranger Jack Greef, who had been dispatching African elephants with high-velocity 7.62 bullets fired behind their ears and into their brains.
,Don,t ask me if I enjoyed today,, Jack warned me gruffly. ,Elephants are beautiful creatures.
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Jack and his team killed an entire family of 300 matriarchs and youngsters that day, in the annual cull that kept the Kruger elephant population at a steady 7500 to prevent heavy destruction of vegetation and allow other species to flourish.
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I expect next year to sit again with someone like Jack Greef at the end of a day of culling, a highly complex exercise, with vultures settled in the trees all around and hyenas and wild dogs lurking in the distance, as ,disposal teams, of Shangaans, some of the best trackers and bush experts on the African continent, clad in white boots and overalls, move among the circle of dead elephants.
They will perform their necessary but grisly chores , first slitting the great beasts, throats with a single panga slash, causing immense rivers of blood to flow, and then eviscerating the elephants, at which point scientists will move in to remove treasured bits of tissue for research.
As Jack and I watched in 1992, samples were taken, for example, from foetuses of dead cow elephants, which were to be sent to a zoologist at Australia,s Monash University, recruited by the Kenyan Parks Board to produce a contraceptive for its wild elephants.
The GAME RANGERS Association of Africa
www.gameranger.org, 2 Oct 2004 [cached]
- A Greater Share of Honour - Jack Greef (GRAA Member) @ R125.00
ColdType - Writing Worth Reading From Around The World
www.coldtype.net, 12 Feb 2006 [cached]
I had spent it with Kruger Park game ranger Jack Greef, who had been dispatching African elephants with high-velocity 7.62 bullets fired behind their ears and into their brains. “Don’t ask me if I enjoyed today,” Jack warned me gruffly.
SABCnews.com - politics/government
www.sabcnews.com [cached]
Jack Greef, a game ranger in the area, says the local community is outraged because they are often persecuted by army officers for the same crime.
Greef says the same person involved in this incident has been involved in the past with arresting people, confiscating their vehicles, confiscating their equipment - their donkey carts - and now he is responsible for moving 15 tonnes of fire wood out of the area, which he is supposed to protect.
Game Rangers Association of Africa - Cleftstick No.11 of 2007
www.gameranger.org, 24 July 2007 [cached]
Jack Greef - jackgreef@yebo.co.za ;
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