Impalas grazing on the new grass and young trees beneath fire-blackened trees in Kruger National Park in South Africa in 2011, one year after a prescribed burn. To completely remove the woody vegetation and restore open grassland, managers will set a second high-intensity fire after the grass and shrubs regrow enough to sustain the fire. Image Credit: Navashni Govender

October 5, 2011

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