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Ulovane Update: July 2018 Field & Backup Trails Guides Week 4

07 Aug
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Field Guides Week 4 of the ULOVANE Field guide course has come to its end and was jam-packed with exciting days, filled with interesting information, awesome animal behaviour and good vibes! Exciting times for the Trails and Field Guides, as we got to join the Trails guides on their walking adventures on Amakhala Game reserve. […]

Ulovane Update: April 2018 Field Guide Week 7 & Trails Guide Final

29 May
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Ulovane Update: Field Guides Here we are finishing week 7 already, the final week before our assessments. We have finished our lectures, the learning part is over and it is time to put our knowledge to the test. Monday we finally had the long awaited class on mammals, everyone’s most desired topic. Warren and I […]

Ulovane Update: April 2018 Field & Backup Trails Guides Week 6

21 May
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Ulovane Update: Field Guides Week 6 has been intense. The week began with the suspense driven mock tracking assessment. We really enjoyed the eye opening experience and all learned a lot. The  excitement continued as we covered birds and reptiles further through the week. The lectures were interesting and it was awesome to put the […]

Ulovane Update: April 2018 Field & Backup Trails Guides Week 5

16 May
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Ulovane Update: Field Guides We are already halfway through our new adventure and Ulovane life is fantastic! Week 5 we started with an early morning walk, our focus was Botany. This subject sparked the interest of many, we were split up into teams which had to come up with various substances and their medical properties. […]

Ulovane Update: April 2018 Field and Trails Guides

18 Apr
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We are back and ready to rock and roll after a much needed break for all, to refresh and revive! Once again a very warm welcome to our new arrivals for the Field Guide course. Welcome back to the Back up Trails students, who have two new recruits on their team, Rachel a Sassveld graduate […]