Welcome to the NOVEMBER 2012 Ulovane Mail ! After a sleep I woke to a rustling in the thicket nearby. Everyone else was fast asleep in the middle of the thicket. I slowly lifted my head to check what the sound was and I saw a male cheetah had entered camp and was 5m way [...]
We know the difference between Fynbos and Albany Thicket biomes, organic sedimentary and extrusive igneous rocks. And when we’re out in the field, on the reserve, these things start to make sense. We’ve started to look at this incredible African environment around us differently and with more respect. When a great bull elephant ambles within [...]
One of the most gorgeous experiences I had was to see a giraffe giving birth. During the whole birth process the female was surrounded by about 20 other giraffes.’ Read more from Elisabeth about her first 7 weeks! Meet our Birthday boy : Schalk Pretorius (Head Trainer & Director @Ulovane) Enjoy our students amazing [...]
As I’m writing this I am on ‘me time’ this basically means 24 hours alone in the bush. My me time spot is at Klipgat, it is a crack between a mountain and my home for 24 hours. 24 hours surviving with only me, myself and I…. oh and Jack…… READ MORE OF OUR [...]
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