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Ulovane Update: January 2020 Semester Week 10

25 Mar
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Apprentice Field Guides: Final Week Olivier joined us from France, for the Apprentice Field Guide course. He is going to return as soon as he can to join us for the Apprentice Trails Guide course too! For now, he has written an account for you all on his time here over the last ten weeks. […]

Wildlife Wednesday: Matriarch Special Orca Whale

15 Aug
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Wildlife Wednesday: Women’s Month Matriarch Special The Orca Whale Orcas are highly social animals who purposefully and actively interact with one another using distinctive calls and whistles to communicate with one another. They’re highly intelligent animals, living in pods of up to 2 – 15 individuals. They have quite a long life span, living up […]

Ulovane Update: Final Blog for 2018! November Marines

21 Dec
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Marine Guides In my last blog post at the end of the Trails program, I began by saying that time is warped at Ulovane. This one, I will begin by saying the Marine course is completed in warp speed. The 4-week Marine course passed in the blink of an eye (or maybe I could say […]

Ulovane Update: October 2018 Field and Backup Trails Guides Week 6

13 Nov
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After a peaceful weekend in Jeffrey’s Bay for most of our field guide students, week 6 brought many challenges and learning opportunities. With everyone coming back from their weekend off well rested and ready for the last half of the course, we’ve been incredibly lucky with everything that this week has brought us. Bianca and […]