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Ulovane Update – Week 1 of 2013

Awakening the senses…. Week 1 of the 10 week FGASA level one course. We all arrived on Sunday 13th January and what a week we have all had, already! Meeting everyone was an experience in itself, I have never been in a situation where I don’t know anyone yet everyone made it so easy. In […]

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Ulovane Update – All good things come to an end…

All good things come to an end…. This week at Ulovane was somewhat a quiet on but also an exciting one. When I woke up on Monday morning preparing myself for a standard study day here at the camp and headed up to the kitchen I was greeted by Heidi with some good news. The […]

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Ulovane Update – Week 9

Incredible: Week 9 Ulovane update These past 9 weeks have been incredible. I have learnt so much and not only academics, I will take away some incredible stories and life lessons also. It was tough in the first few days, trying to fit into the routine of how things were done around here.  But once settled i […]

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October 2012 Ulovane Mail

We know the difference between Fynbos and Albany Thicket biomes, organic sedimentary and extrusive igneous rocks. And when we’re out in the field, on the reserve, these things start to make sense. We’ve started to look at this incredible African environment around us differently and with more respect. When a great bull elephant ambles within […]

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Challenging times….Week 2

RAIN RAIN and more RAIN….but we have still managed to have awesome sightings and experience beautiful moments – like the Bushmans river flowing through Amakhala for the second time in ONE year! The Trails Guide group enjoyed a couple of walks on Amakhala and yes the sun did shine and we made the most of […]

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