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Ulovane Update: April Level One group Week 4

Life as a trainee guide: An action packed week! Ulovane update: This week kicked off with a bang. Packed with new exciting experiences and memories we will keep for a lifetime. Early on Monday morning we left for our a sleep out at Bush Boma on Amakhala. Similar to a reality tv show we started off with […]

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Ulovane Update: April Level One group Week 2

Life as a trainee Field Guide: Living and Learning Ulovane update: Where do I start, this is my second week at Uovane and it’s been absolutely amazing. I love fishing it is my passion,  and this week we covered fish which also included going to try catch some of the native species found in the […]

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Press Release: Ulovane Environmental Training

PRESS RELEASE: 2015 Ulovane Environmental Training celebrates 10 Years of LASTING LIFE CHANGING EXPERIENCES   In February 2005, ten years ago, while George W Bush was preparing for his second term in office as the 43rd US President of the United States of America and Jacob Zuma was being relieved of his duties as the […]

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Ulovane Update: September level one Group Week 5

Life as a trainee guide: HALF WAY!! Ulovane Update: Monday morning, as has become the norm, saw our group sit the exam to test how well we had grasped the subjects of biomes, weather & climate and conservation management. I am sure we all have a better understanding of these and week after week a […]

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Ulovane Update: September level one group Week 4

Life as a trainee guide: Week 4 – Hard to top The week was so full of highlights, so it is easier for me to write in “telegramm style” Ulovane update. Keeping fingers crossed for my mates: Monday morning test about taxonomy, arthropods ( I hope you enjoy my little video I put together for […]

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