African Wildlife and Big 5 Conservation Experience

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Unrestricted access to a natural reserve spanning 11 000 hectares (26 000 acres). African wildlife free roaming, including the Big 5. Nature conservancy lies at the foothills of the Langeberg and Outeniqua Mountain ranges, and is comprised of Fynbos and grass plains.

Activities -

bush survival skills
tracking and reading animal signs
dangerous game approach methods
assist in conservation and wildlife management
examine status of endangered Cape leopard population
non invasive wildlife approach methods
ethics and safety of both humans and wildlife
work in the wilderness both on foot and vehicle
data collection, entry and analysis
experience in wildlife conservation projects

Conservation projects (subject to data collection needs and environmental factors) –

rhino behaviour research, prenatal, gestation and postnatal
large mammal home ranges
elephant habitat utilization to establish carrying capacity

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About Terrestrial Wildlife and Big 5 Research Africa

Nkonzo Bush Academy is a terrestrial wildlife conservation training operation, based in the Garden Route of South Africa. Training experiences focus on the ethical well being of all wildlife, and a positive future for our environment. The Nkonzo...