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Kate Ochsman

To all you future female guides, you can do it!

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America to Africa. Kate Ochsman a previous EcoTraining Student on the one-year Professional Guide Course tells us that the 'guiding' world is not a man's world after all.
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The Impressive Impala

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“We don’t like being ignored”! Usually, impala are the first and most numerous species that are seen on game drives. As a result, they tend to be overlooked and ignored most of the time. Here are some reasons why they should not be ignored.

Sleeping out under the vast African sky

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As part of the EcoTraining Trails Guide Course the students get…
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Zebras | Facts and fallacies surrounding them

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Why is it that when it comes to zebra people often have a multitude of questions? Let us answer some unusual questions about this unique animal.

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Kate Ochsman took an EcoTraining one-year Professional Guide Course and she wanted to share to all the future female guides or those who are thinking about joining this industry that you can do it and here is why
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