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EcoTraining Online Course | All you need to know

Online learning is seemingly the next step in our Safari journey. But how do you choose which route to go?
Devon MyersDevon Myers

A Reconnection with the Wilderness on Trail

"Moving around by day, looking, listening, smelling, touching and tasting. Reawakening your senses" - this is the essence of a Wilderness Trail
Devon Myers

Boots on the Ground with EcoTraining

Boots on the ground & the conservation benefit of Walking Safaris
Ground Pangolin

Real-life Sighting | a Pangolin in Makuleke

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It's not every day that you are blessed with such an amazing sighting. Instructor Sean Matthewson and our EcoTraining students came across this beauty recently at our Makuleke Camp.
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Why join an EcoTraining Wildlife Course?

Melanie Sovann is an animal lover and has a passion for sharing her love for wildlife and conservation. Here she puts down on her own words why you should join a Wildlife Course.
Pridelands CampWillie van Eeden

Becoming a Virtual Field Guide

Lee Bellware is currently on our first-ever EcoTraining Online Course where we have folks from all around the world, with a total of 15 different nationalities it couldn't be more diverse. Lee has put down in her own words her experience and journey so far.
EcoTraining FGASA Course

How to prepare for the FGASA Practical

Do you want to become a Field Guide? Are you maybe unsure of what the FGASA Apprentice Field Guide Practical exam entails? Here EcoTraining gives you a few tips and tricks when it comes to your Practical Exam.
The Great Migration

Sustainable Travel and Ecotourism in Kenya

Ecotourism is becoming an increasingly growing trend and should be rightfully so. After all, certain aspects of tourism are a large contributor to environmental degradation. Beyond that, tourism can also be a cruel industry where its profit falls into the hands of the few and not necessarily the local community. Such was the problem of Kenya...that is, until the dawn of sustainable travel and ecotourism - By Richards Cole

Eco-Isolation with EcoTraining

Jennifer Palmer is an impassioned wildlife biologist, a global educator, public speaker, and an intrepid lover of nature. She is one of the founders of Women for Wildlife, and through her work, she has become a trusted advisor to nonprofits, governments, foundations, film producers and business leaders around the world. We were very happy to host her at one of our EcoTraining Camps during the lock-down and help her 'eco-isolate' in a safe place that brought her so much joy.
What to expect or how to prepare for FGASA Theory Exam

How to prepare for the FGASA level 1 Theory Exam

Do you want to become a Field Guide? Are you maybe unsure of what the FGASA Apprentice Field Guide theory exam entails? Here EcoTraining gives you a few tips and tricks when it comes to studying for the exam.

EcoTraining is bringing Nature Home

In response to Covid-19 we have been forced to find new ways of staying relevant. Like most companies, people’s lives depend on EcoTraining’s survival. We have chosen to embrace this new season, and in so doing we aim to offer even GREATER value to our students in the future.

Apex predators are essential for Biodiversity

Did you know that most of the world’s apex predators are in decline? One of the main reasons why their numbers are in decline is habitat loss which brings them into increasing conflict with humans.

A Natural Partnership between EcoTraining and WildEarth

EcoTraining is pleased to announce a brand-new partnership with wildlife broadcasting experts, WildEarth.
South African lions

This lioness is a shoo-in

At the start of this amazing sighting, you can sure bet that Norman was not happy at the loss, but after seeing this lioness play and be so inquisitive it had definitely made him feel a bit better...
Male Lion

Your Daily Bush Fix | EcoTraining Podcasts

Do you feel like you are losing some of your wilderness knowledge?Don't fear EcoTraining and Kuduhear Sabine Kämper bring you a daily bush fix.