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Ulovane Update: July Semester Week 5

13 Aug
Wes

Apprentice Field Guides Since I arrived at Ulovane, I have enjoyed every minute of my time here. Every week is full of new experiences and packed full of knowledge. This was the fifth week of our course, already halfway through! It was quite a busy week learning about amphibians, reptiles, conservation management, amongst other amazing […]

Ulovane Update: July Semester Week 4

06 Aug
Marli

Apprentice Trails Guides We are more than halfway through our Apprentice Trails Guide course – where has the time gone! We had a fantastic week. We left for a three-day, two night sleep out on Wednesday morning at 8 AM, on Amakhala Game Reserve. Whilst on this walk with Shani and Schalk, we came upon […]

Ulovane Update: July Semester Week 1

17 Jul
Wes (9)

After a wonderful couple of weeks of downtime, the Ulovane Team are back and ready for action!! A very warm welcome to all the new recruits as well as our return students. The excitement on the first day was electric, I have a feeling it is going to be a memorable semester! Wishing everyone lots […]

Wildlife Wednesday: Trapdoor Spider

10 Jul
Trapdoor justin

Wildlife Wednesday: Trapdoor Spider This week Wildlife Wednesday is about the elusive and fascinating Trapdoor Spider! There is so little that is fully known about these creatures, but the little that has been discovered is enough for us to be drawn into the marvels of yet another intriguing creepy crawlie. Did you know there are […]

Ulovane Update: The Reality behind Trails Guiding

30 May
Piet 52

The reality behind trails guiding It is an early winters morning and a blanket of mist is hanging low over the bushveld. The first few golden rays of the sun reflects off the blanket creating a magical feeling, a picturesque scene unfolds as the bush becomes alive with the dawn chorus of the birds as […]