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Ulovane Update: January 2020 Semester Week 9

18 Mar
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Apprentice Field Guides Rebecca has brought to you, her story of week nine of the Apprentice Field Guide course, which she joined us for all the way from Germany. She has worked in conservation for the last five years in Germany. It has always been a dream of hers to work as a Field Guide […]

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: All good things must come to an end

25 Jun
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Ulovane Update: Marine Guide Course Final Update This is our final week of Ulovane, almost all of us have been here for 6 months and have successfully completed our Field Guide, Back-Up Trails and now Marine Guide courses. I think I can speak for all my fellow students when I say we are leaving with […]

Ulovane Update: August Marine Group Week 1

05 Sep
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Team Marine…Assemble! Ulovane update: The first week of the marine course is complete…a whirlwind week of adventure and learning! Monday started with a 14km canoe trip up Bushman’s River in glorious sunshine to a small river lodge where we made camp for the night. Along the way, we stopped to observe, appreciate and learn about […]