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Ulovane Update: July 2018 Field & Backup Trails Guides Week 4

07 Aug
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Field Guides Week 4 of the ULOVANE Field guide course has come to its end and was jam-packed with exciting days, filled with interesting information, awesome animal behaviour and good vibes! Exciting times for the Trails and Field Guides, as we got to join the Trails guides on their walking adventures on Amakhala Game reserve. […]

Ulovane Update: July 2018 Field & Backup Trails Guides Week 3

30 Jul
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Ulovane Update: Field Guides Ever since I saw the first Jurassic Park movie in the cinema in 1991 as a kid I have had a ‘small’ obsession with reptiles. It even got so out of hand that during the past years I have owned quite a lot of lizards myself. So you might imagine I […]

Ulovane Update: July 2018 Field & Backup Trails Guides Week 2

23 Jul
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Ulovane Updates: Field Guides It has been a special week at Ulovane Environmental Training. After a hard weekend of first aid training the group is starting to really get to know each other and some strong friendships are emerging. As a group we have seen many spectacular sights on Amakhala Game Reserve, but none can […]

Ulovane Update: April 2018 Field & Backup Trails Guides Week 6

21 May
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Ulovane Update: Field Guides Week 6 has been intense. The week began with the suspense driven mock tracking assessment. We really enjoyed the eye opening experience and all learned a lot. The  excitement continued as we covered birds and reptiles further through the week. The lectures were interesting and it was awesome to put the […]

Ulovane Update: January 2018 Field & Backup Trails Guides Week 5

19 Feb
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Ulovane update: Field Guides Week 5 Week five marks the half way point of our FGASA Field Guide journey with this week’s focus being on Botany – Trees, Shrubs and Flowers. Since arriving at Ulovane, we haven’t stopped learning and what better place than to learn than in the middle of the Eastern Cape bush. […]