Category Archives: Wildlife

Leopards

Leopards, Leopards And More Leopards

My journey at MORE started this past January when I was selected to attend as one of the 8 career guides at the NJ More Field Guide College in Marataba. The last 8 months have flown by in a blur of learning, new experiences, friendships and feeding an existing but always-hungry passion for the bush. …
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The Hippo King

The Hippo – King of African waters

Hippos are very large amphibious mammals, found in the southern half of the African continent. They were originally native to everywhere south of the Sahara, but are now mostly living in parks and reserves. The hippopotamus amphibious, as it is known taxonomically, is in the Hippopotamidae Family. Hippos are large creatures with some males weighing …
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Rhino Midden

Fascinating Facts About Rhino Middens

In the bush, the most important signs of wildlife are the simplest, but they are often overlooked. Most people would turn their noses up at rhino dung, instead preferring to look at other sightings or tracks. Yet interestingly enough, white rhino dung tells a story that is of utmost importance to not only the rhino …
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Birding

Sight And Sound Advanced Birding Challenge

It was the month of May and the morning of the 5th, it started out like any other morning, with a really early wake-up and many unfamiliar sounds from outside our tents, those sounds were birds. But lucky for the NJ MORE students, those sounds where about to become a whole lot more familiar with …
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With the Marataba reserve as not only their backdrop but also your backyard, students have the perfect opportunity to spot and capture a pic of an array of wildlife. Could gaining knowledge on how to become guide be more exciting? We think not!

📷: NJ MORE Student Gwen Singleton
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This week we said goodbye to Isabelle and Philip, who were part of the NJ MORE Guide Experience course. They made such a positive impact on the rest of the students during their time spent with us. Thank you for not only being wonderful students, lovely friends and teammates too! Good luck with the rest of your journey.

The Field Guides Association of Southern Africa
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This cheetah and her adorable cub were spotted relaxing in the shade, after a successful Impala hunt.

This awesome image was captured by NJ MORE student Gwen Singleton.

The Field Guides Association of Southern Africa
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Just another day in the office for our NJMORE students, as they prepare for their The Field Guides Association of Southern Africa Apprentice Field Guide exam and assessment.

📷: Student, Gwen Singleton
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Our students are busy preparing for their The Field Guides Association of Southern Africa Apprentice Field Guide exams. Part of their assessment is being able to interpret their surroundings, and convey their interpretations to their guests. Here you can see student Werner Lilje working on his skills.

Good luck to all the students!

📷: Nic Human
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