Tag Archives: Wildlife Conservation

Cheetah Tracking – Shamwari Conservation Experience

A quick update from last week on the Shamwari Conservation Experience. Last week Konrad, Myself and our only two volunteers on the Shamwari Conservation Experience, Maizy and Kayla went to Rippons/Bayethe to find two male cheetahs. Anja, our monitoring person … Continue reading

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Work with Animals in Africa – The Perfect trip for Wildlife Lovers

More and more people are deciding to take extended leave in order to travel the globe and take part in exciting and meaningful projects. Whether it is a gap year between studies or in the form of a career break … Continue reading

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Shamwari Conservation Experience – Coordinator Update – Feb ’12

We have definitely hit the ground running to start the year of with lots of animal and community projects on the go at Shamwari Conservation Experience. It all started off with a family of four White Rhino that had to … Continue reading

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Shamwari Conservation Experience – Coordinator Update, March ’12

It’s that time of the month again when I get to tell you all about the interesting and fun things that we and the students have been getting up to at Shamwari Conservation Experience. We started the month of with … Continue reading

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Pumba Game Reserve Update – April 2012

A quick update from Pieter Dunn at Pumba Game Reserve, sounds like some nice sightings! Yet another interesting couple of weeks, only like the bush can offer. The sun is setting in the west over the ridge and just before … Continue reading

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Kariega Volunteer Update March 2012 – Justine, Volunteer Coordinator

This past month has been a rollercoaster of highs and lows. As many of you will already know, on the 2nd of March Kariega Game Reserve was subjected to a vicious rhino poaching attack. One male rhino died on the … Continue reading

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Meet the Cheetah at HESC – Max

If you were to ask anyone who has been to Hoedspruit endangered species centre who their favourite cheetah is, the name Max would pop up most frequently. This purring Picasso has definitely captured the hearts of visitors, students and staff alike. … Continue reading

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