Category Archives: Conservation

An internship opportunity of a lifetime…

Graduates of the Career Course at NJ MORE Field Guide College are given the opportunity of a six-month internship at a top safari lodge, setting them on the right track to a guiding career. Student Gino Spano, together with TshuXekani Gumede, is on placement at Lion Sands Game Reserve, part of the MORE Family Collection, …
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Thanks NJMORE team – It’s a wrap!

“What an honour to have been part of the first six months of this course. Now on to the next chapter… Placements here we go.👊🏻 “I would like to thank the NJ More team for everything they have done for us at the college. It was an amazing experience, from the staff working nonstop to …
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STEPPING UP TO THE CHALLENGE OF ADVANCED RIFLE HANDLING

One of the more difficult qualifications in the guiding industry, is advanced rifle handling (ARH). My fellow students and I from the NJ MORE Field Guide College at Marataba, in the Marakele National Park, were put to the task on the 4th of May. I knew exactly what was needed to pass — mainly a …
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Conservation

Conservation Adventures Out In The Field

It was with eager anticipation that all 15 NJ MORE students gathered early on a Wednesday morning for their Conservation Management practical module, which involved two days in the field with the Marataba Conservation team (MPCo). As the 25,000ha Marataba section of the Marakele National Park is privately owned and managed, it is the responsibility …
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