Tag Archives: Gap Year

Ulovane Update: Trails Week 6 & Field Guides Week 1

22 Oct
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Apprentice Trails Guides Week 6 = TRACKING! The second last week of the Apprentice Trails guide course has crept upon us! Week six is always a long and busy week, but the Apprentice Trails students did a great job on their Cybertracker Track & Sign evaluation this weekend! Dom has written more for you all […]

Ulovane Update: September Trails Guides Week 3

30 Sep
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Apprentice Trails Guides Week 3 Waking up at 04:30 am to chase those beautiful sunrises out in the veld is not something for late sleepers or the faint hearted. To start off the week, we headed out for our first trails walk with no intention of tracking anything, just to get the feel of things […]

Ulovane Update: September Apprentice Trails Guides

17 Sep
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Apprentice Trails Guides Week 1 After a much-needed week-long break, some of our Apprentice Field guide students have returned to complete their Apprentice Trails guide course. Tyler has written an account of week one of their course! Us, once Apprentice Field Guides, now return for chapter two of this unbelievable and unforgettable journey โ€“ Apprentice […]

Ulovane Update June Semester Week 10

02 Sep
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APPRENTICE FIELD GUIDES How we got to the end of these ten weeks, none of us are quite sure! It was a busy, fun-filled, and adventurous Apprentice Field guide course! Dominic has written a wonderful wrap-up of their time here! The sad awaited packing that will take us on our return to our original paths, […]

Wildlife Wednesday: Spotted Hyena

19 Aug
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Cunning vs Coward: The misunderstood tale of the Spotted Hyena When most people come across Spotted Hyenas, they immediately make the assumption, due to nature documentaries, etc, that these are cowardly and sly animals. The general sense is that they rely on stealing from others for their own survival and that they cannot sustain themselves […]