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Ulovane Update: March 2018 Marine and Bird Guides Final

16 Apr
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Ulovane update: March Marine Guides The first marine course of 2018 has also come to end now (last week we said goodbye to the field guide students) and now it is time to bid farewell to the marine students. It is a happy day but also sad day, because some of them has been with […]

Ulovane Update: March 2018 Marine and Bird Guides

28 Mar
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Ulovane update: Marine Guides Week 3 As challenging as this course is I can not even begin to say how rewarding it is, to start understanding how the ocean works and being able to identify what is around you starts to make all the hard work worth it. This last week has  spent focusing on […]

Ulovane Update: Three Courses One Week

20 Mar
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Ulovane Update: January 2018 Field Guides, March Marine and Bird Guides Three Courses, one week, yes this is how week nine went! Yes there may have been one or two bumps along the way but there is a perfect quote about this, “If you are not making mistakes you are not learning and growing”. We […]

Ulovane update: September Bird Guide Group Week 2

19 Sep
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The Birding Madness continues Monday-Coastal Drive Ulovane Update: We did a coastal meander heading towards the Addo Elephant National Park area. Bird Island could be seen in the distance and the dunes of the Cape. We had some great bird sightings along the way including red-capped larks, grey-headed sparrows, bokmakieries, crowned lapwings, ant-eating chats, jackal […]

Ulovane Update: September Bird Guide Week 1 Instructors Blog

14 Sep
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Instructors Blog Eastern Cape: A Twitcher’s Paradise Ulovane update: A few weeks ago we started discussing various components of the Eastern Cape and what makes it such a spectacular place to guide in. In my first piece, I discussed all the pros and cons regarding bush walks, one of my passions in the bush. Today I want […]