Wildlife rescue, rehabilitation and release.
How to prevent conflict between local farm owners and predators such as leopards and hyena, who sometimes hunt their livestock as prey
Methods used by poachers such as snares – you may even see some animals arrive at the sanctuary with snare injuries
The important role animal care centres play in the broader wildlife conservation movement
The natural habitats of animals you’re working with and their role in the ecosystem
During a trip to the Moholoholo wildlife conservation reserve see the differences in behaviour between animals in the wild compared with those in the sanctuary
The physiology and biology of predators including lion, leopard and hyena as well as other African animals at the centre
The diets of predators and other African animals, both in the wild and while they’re at the centre
Wildlife reproduction and how different species take care of their young
The behaviours of African animals, both in the wild and in captivity
What methods of enrichment are used for different species and how this benefits the animal’s welfare
How animals communicate with each other.
passionate about wildlife and against poaching, to take part in saving orphaned wildlife of who have lost their family at the hands of greed of the 2 nd most lucrative business in the world.
to help bring education on how the illegal wildlife trade ifs funded through a world wide drug and arms trade. To impact my career in wildlife rehabilitation and release, and to professional develop in my veterinary Nursing career to work with wildlife in Africa and all around the world.
Back pack. Water bottle, socks100