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How the White Rhino became, well, White…

HOW WHITE IS WIDE REALLY? – Naming an iconic animal It is always interesting to discover how animals and plants got their – sometimes inappropriate – names. Human Nature being what it is, we “have to”
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MOTSUMI 2017: 20 YEARS OF FGASA ENDORSEMENT!

Twenty years of MOTSUMI magic has flown past! We are celebrating our 20th year of FGASA endorsement in 2017, and hope you will join us! Just a few pictures to show you what MOTSUMI is all about… Enjoy! Wh
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New names for the FGASA qualifications!

After much deliberation, the names of FGASA qualifications have been given a “face lift”. The reasoning behind this is to remove confusion with CATHSSETA qualifications (“old” FGASA Leve
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Motsumi Bush Enthusiast Course: Come and leave your footprints in The Bush!

  BIG announcement: As from 2017, Bennet de Klerk will be doing five 10-day Bush Enthusiast Courses every year. Let’s call it “Benni’s Big Five”… Only 4 participants per group
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Field Guide NQF2 (LEVEL 1) Course 2017: Be part of Motsumi 20 years of FGASA endorsement celebrations!

E-mail us now on [email protected] to book on our Field Guide NQF2 (Level 1) courses for 2017. We are celebrating 20 years of FGASA endorsement in 2017, so YOU should be part of this historical milestone!
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Kicking the pangolin – The ethical dilemma of the Nature Guide

A guide on night drive in Kruger Park spots a pangolin. A guest complains that she did not get a picture. The guide stops. He keeps the spotlight on the animal, and kicks it the face. And again, to loud protest
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