Student blog update 26 July 2013

Students on the boat trip on the Blyde River Canyon

Over the last week we have done many things, starting with the unloading seven tons of freshly butchered meat. On Nelson Mandela’s birthday we helped Camp Jabulani entertain local school children, and saw the elephants drink from the watering hole.

Claire & Nika playing with the cheetah cubs

Group A feeding the cheetah cubs

We moved four pregnant cheetahs to the maternity area, and had a great time playing with ‘Bubbles’ the baby serval. Over the weekend we went river rafting and quad biking; and also on a boat trip in the Blyde River Canyon. We have also partaken in everyday activities such as feeding the cheetahs, small cats and antelopes.

Natalia assisting the vet students from Hluvukani Clinic

Most recently we had a morning with Pro Track anti poaching team learning about their work. We are having an amazing time and can’t wait to see what HESC throws at us next.

Watch this space!

Students drawing with the learners from Paulos Ngobeni for Mandela Day

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