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Wildlife Wednesday: Matriarch Special Bonobo (Pygmy Chimpanzees)

28 Aug
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Wildlife Wednesday: Women’s Month Matriarch Special Bonobo (Pygmy Chimpanzees). The name “bonobo” first appeared in 1954, when it was proposed as a new generic term for pygmy chimpanzees. The name is thought to be a misspelling on a shipping crate from the town of Bolobo on the Congo River, which was associated with the collection of chimps […]

Inspirational Woman in Eco Tourism Careers: Gabriela Brunner

23 Aug
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We met Gabriela about 4 years ago when she joined us on a 7 Day Tracking Specialisation course. Gabi inspired us from the get-go with her enthusiasm and passion for not just nature and wildlife, but LIFE! She gets to travel all over the world, but found that her heart belongs to Africa! Her story […]

Ulovane Update: July Semester Week 6

21 Aug
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Apprentice Trails Guides With one more week to go of our Apprentice Trails guide course, our second last one was packed with the always exciting and fascinating world of tracking! A qualified Cybertracker assessor Taryn Ingram-Gillson, spent the weekend with us here at Ulovane to conduct the assessment for us. It is held over a […]

Inspirational Woman in Eco Tourism Careers: Trish Sloan

19 Aug
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We met Trish a couple of years ago when she joined us at Ulovane for our Savannah Guide Australia One Month Nature Experience. Inspirational, hard-working, fun, Trish was a breath of fresh air! She definitely inspired us woman and continues to inspire many others in the Eco-Tourism Industry, here is a little more about this […]

Inspirational Woman in Eco Tourism Careers: Julie Brand

16 Aug
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Julie has been apart of the Ulovane Family since she completed her Guide Traning with us, way back in 2006. We have become great friends over the years and Julie has always been an inspiration to many of our other Ulovane Alumni. We are so proud of you Julie! Julie Brand, Quatermain’s 1920’s Safari Camp […]