The Kariega Conservation Volunteers planted indigenous tree seedlings to celebrate Arbor Week from 1-7 September 2015.
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The Kariega Conservation Volunteer Programme is the ultimate South African Big 5 experience. Volunteers from across the world, get the opportunity to get hands-on involved in conservation management on the reserve. Here are the testimonials from the latest group of conservation enthusiasts.
Summer is slowly but surely coming to an end. The days are getting shorter and we can feel the mornings and evenings getting cooler on our open game viewer vehicle. Here is what our amazing volunteers have been up to during the month of March.
Angie had a very busy time on the reserve before she returned to the United Kingdom for a short Christmas break. We look forward to welcoming her back in early February. Read all about her experiences in this the fourth edition of Angie's Conservation Diary, a personal account of rhino conservationist and Kariega intern Angie Goody.
November has been marked with new animal babies appearing all over the reserve. The Eastern Cape bush is also full of new life after the wonderful spring rains. It has truly been a pleasure being out and about on the reserve this month. Read all about this action packed month in the November Volunteer Update.
Read the testimonials of some of our latest “Assistant Conservation Managers.” We are so grateful to the volunteers for the valuable contribution that they make towards conservation and community development work both on our reserve and in the surrounding area.
We enjoyed a full and happy month during March in balmy and warm weather - lots of research, bush clearing, a visit with local school children and various great weekend activities.
The Kariega Conservation Volunteers had a fantastic and busy month. February is the hottest time of the year and temperatures were mostly above 30 degrees Celsius. Well done to everyone for enduring the heat and still staying enthusiastic and performing so well!