Final monthly reports from our SAWC students

Our Southern African Wildlife College students are currently completing their workplace assignments. They graduate next week and we couldn’t be prouder!

Princeton Chauke “I have learnt how to trace poachers when I find fresh spores in the bush and I have learnt that poachers put their snares where the animals have created a path. My favourite tasks for the past month is patrol because I have learnt how to communicate with other Rangers in the bush and how to avoid dangerous animals in the bush when I come across them. I have learned a lot during my practicals and I will make a difference at my local area where I come from”.

Nozipho Mthembu “This month we are at the workplaces, my favourite part of the practicals is going to patrols and maintaining fences because I interact with the environment and protect it by closing holes made by people. Everything is still great and I have gained great experience so far both academically and personally I am grateful for this opportunity to study at the Southern African Wildlife College”.

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