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Blog: From The Field

The importance of bees on the environment

Insects... always a dilemma whether to hate them or love them. On one side where caterpillars are ugly, adults mesmerize us. It’s hard to tell how many species we have and how many we are still trying to discover. Just like their not-so-clear love we still lack a clear vision for them. And one the most important out of them are none other than sweet Honeybees.

My Student Journey, Part 3 – Internship

After almost six months of training across four different reserves in South Africa and Botswana, it was finally time for our group to disperse on their highly-anticipated internships. For my part, turning up at a beautiful 4* lodge in the northern Kruger, I was a heady mix of anxious and excited.

My Student Journey, Part 2 – Tracking & Trailing

After completing the first phase of the Professional Field Guide course, our group spent the next few weeks building on some of the wider skills surrounding the guiding industry; navigation, birding, and tracking to name a few. During this time, I was incredibly fortunate to spend time with many passionate and knowledgeable instructors although one moment, in particular, stands out as a favorite.

My Student Journey – Part 1

September 1st is known as the official start of Spring in South Africa. However, in 2017, it heralded a different kind of beginning for me. Having spent years wishing, dreaming, and saving, I was finally seated at a large wooden table with 11 other wide-eyed students as we began our EcoTraining induction.

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"I was itching to get into the bush and begin joining the other guides on SAFARI and bush-clearing duties."- Emily 🌿

After almost six months of training across four different reserves it was finally time for our internships.

Read all about it here 👉http://ow.ly/V8hE50J9Is1👈

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Today we celebrate Endangered Species Day!!

We join Steve Seager at Selati Research and had a look at the remarkable work they are doing in support of the endangered African Wild Dog.🐾

Watch here: 👉 http://ow.ly/N4or50JcS8T 👈

#EndangeredSpeciesDay #AfricanWildDogs

Today we celebrate World Bee Day!! 🐝

Raising awareness of the importance of bees on the environment and beekeeping.

Read more about our sweet Honeybees in our latest blog here 👉http://ow.ly/NE1o50JbPEU 👈

#worldbeeday #bee #honeybee #EcoTraining

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