As many lockdowns ease, South Africa remains pretty intense. Keeping our blog busy – we are looking at some of our conservation heroes! This blog we quizzed Predator Research Coordinator, Jamie, on his conservation hero. Who is your conservation hero? There are so many names you can think of when we think about conservation, DavidContinue reading “Who is your conservation hero?”
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What have we learnt?
As the coronavirus pandemic spreads, governments have been implementing various policies in order to try and best deal with the threat relative to their own country. For South Africa that has included shutting schools, meaning we have finished our eco-schools and environmental education sessions for this term and perhaps longer. Ruby’s expert knowledge and teachingContinue reading “What have we learnt?”
2020 at the AWCRC
It’s a new year and exciting changes are afoot at the AWCRC! At the end of 2019 we expanded into a whole new camp, increasing our capacity for new volunteers and students to join us. The move also saw us into a grand new office space, including some sofas for comfortable working or socialising inContinue reading “2020 at the AWCRC”
Reptiles in & around Alldays – by Kurt van Wyk
Alldays sits in a promising area for reptiles. Due to the high number of game farms in the surrounding landscape, land-use is arguably sufficiently low to allow for significant diversity and abundance. While winter is generally less productive for reptile surveys than the summer months, we’ve still had a nice selection of species turn up!Continue reading “Reptiles in & around Alldays – by Kurt van Wyk”