Blog posts for March 2015

Eco-club Lessons at Malawi Conservation Project

I have also been lucky enough to cross the river and participate in the Nanthomba eco-club project. Nanthomba is an amazing school and has provided an opportunity for me to help teach local children...
26 Mar 2015 | Wildlife ACT
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Black Rhino Monitoring Volunteer Experience

I have been getting to know the various signs of rhino activity and how to distinguish between different individuals. It’s also really important that we use our time in the bush to collect any...
24 Mar 2015 | Wildlife ACT
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Tracking my first black rhino in Malawi

It’s been an amazing start to my stay at Liwonde National Park in Malawi. I'm volunteering for the Black Rhino Research programme, which is supported by Wildlife ACT and have managed to view my...
24 Mar 2015 | Wildlife ACT
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Rhino Conservation hero, Zama Ncube

Here is a story from a conservation hero who works to protect and conserve our natural world every day. Zama Ncube is the head rhino monitor on Somkhanda Game Reserve.
23 Mar 2015 | Wildlife ACT
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A Braai in the Bush

A braai is truly South African and after a long day of volunteering, the nightly meals are always a highlight to be enjoyed with friends under the stars.
23 Mar 2015 | Wildlife ACT
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Mutual & Federal hosted by Wildlife ACT Fund

Mutual & Federal, hosted by Wildlife ACT Fund, are at Somkhanda Game Reserve this weekend, 13 to 17 March on an Exco immersion experience as part of a corporate strategy that will turn the business...
13 Mar 2015 | Wildlife ACT
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Peculiar Insects in Tembe Elephant Park

Tembe Elephant Park is a place for mystery and new discoveries. There are few places that have as much diversity and beauty in insects than Tembe. So without much further ado, I bring you some...
13 Mar 2015 | Wildlife ACT
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Biodiversity – what can this tell us?

On Zululand Rhino Reserve we help keep an eye on this biodiversity by recording bird nest sites, sightings of reptiles such as the African rock python, rare birds like the Martial eagle.
12 Mar 2015 | Wildlife ACT
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