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Jo Perry: Experience with Vets Go Wild 21/07/2014

Day 4:

Jo’s fourth day began with a nature walk through Canarvon Dale, the non-predator section of Amakhala. The guides showed them through the reserve, teaching Jo and her fellow students about the various flora and fauna of the Eastern Cape. This included the natural history of termite mounds, edible plants and animal tracks. In the afternoon Dr Fowlds introduced the group to his main passion: rhino conservation. The evening was rounded off by a talk from two members of the Reserve Protection Agency about the future of conservancy.

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