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Ulovane Update: My Ulovane Experience by Kristin Mace

27 Oct
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My Ulovane Experience: April 2017 Ten Week Field Guide Course I was one of the lucky ones to attend the 10-week level one course at Ulovane in April 2017. I know that people say this time and time again when reviewing something or writing a testimonial but in this case, I have to say it […]

Ulovane Update: The Aardvark Cucumber

16 Mar
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Ulovane Update Instructors Blog: The Aardvark Cucumber Previously we have looked at the amazing diversity of relationships the Aardvark has with many animals. Animal species which are completely dependent on the Aardvark’s burrows for denning with their young include Spotted and Brown Hyena, Wild Dogs, Jackals, Bat-eared Fox, Porcupine, South African Shelduck, Ant-eating Chats and […]

Ulovane Update: Local Community Benefits from Ulovane study Bursaries

21 Oct
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LOCAL COMMUNITY BENEFITS FROM ULOVANE STUDY BURSARIES Ulovane update: A  field guide training facility in the Eastern Cape is upskilling members of the local community via a bursary program in an effort to improve effective, sustainable conservation and field guides in the area. “A key component for the sustainability of conservation is to get members […]

Ulovane Update: October Level one group Week 1

17 Oct
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Life as a trainee Field Guide: Finding our feet Apologies for the delay in the week one blog, we are all caught up in the exciting times at Ulovane and working on our rhythm! Ulovane is Incredible! Ulovane update: Monday – With my usual 11am starts, a 6am morning game drive was a bit of […]