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Blog: From The Field

A very close wildlife encounter

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Working in nature in unfenced bush camps is a wonderful and frightening experience at the same time. We live and work in remote areas so wildlife encounters in camp occur quite often.

A Crash of Rhino

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If you have ever heard them running, you will understand why…

You can only Make a Difference by being Different! – Rick Warren

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This Heritage Day we Celebrate our diversity as a Rainbow Nation.

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#DidYouKnow that the Verreaux's eagle-owl, also commonly known as the milky eagle owl or giant eagle owl, is a member of the family Strigidae? This species is widespread in sub-Saharan Africa. A member of the genus Bubo, it is the largest African owl, measuring up to 66 cm in total length.
📷 Anthon Wessels at Makuleke
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EcoTraining PFG 12E's very first sleep-out as part of their Professional Field Guide course. This is only one of many nights to be spent under a blanket of stars.
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#DidYouKnow that the Verreaux's eagle-owl is also commonly known as the milky eagle owl or giant eagle owl. This species is widespread in sub-Saharan Africa. A member of the genus Bubo, it is the largest African owl, measuring up to 66 cm in total length.
📷 Anthon Wessels

Look at this interesting track. It belongs to a Spotted Eagle Owl. The owl has a unique foot structure with 2 toes facing forward & the other two backwards. If you look carefully the right feet resembles a perfect K shape and the left foot the opposite K shape.

#DidYouKnow that Wolf Spiders are unlike most spiders that catch their prey in webs. These spiders violently hunt down their prey using their strong bodies and sharp eyesight. Wolf Spiders can be found almost everywhere in the world... Have you seen one yet?

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