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Ex Africa Semper Aliquid Novi




Tel: +27 (0) 82 855 7159

Email: info@africanbushtraining.com

Hoedspruit, Limpopo Province, South Africa

This foundation-phase 14-day course will teach you the principles of wildlife research and how to monitor wilderness areas

The WILDLIFE MONITORING & RESEARCH COURSE hosted by AFRICAN BUSH TRAINING is widely described by educators from around the world as one of the most prolific foundation phase conservation learning experiences one can engage in to gain a better understanding of the complexities of wildlife and the importance of conservation to ensure the future existence of our natural ecosystems.

Over the years AFRICAN BUSH TRAINING brought together a team of experts to develop a unique curicula focusing on the ecological principles underlying our quest for the development and utilization of natural areas in order to attain sustainable living conditions whilst ensuring the future existence of wildlife on the African continent.

No reserve or conservation area can be successfully managed without the necessary data and information about the area, its unique ecological make-up and inhabitants.

This is where Wildlife Monitoring & Research play a huge role in bridging the gap between traditional management practices and scientific approaches ultimately contributing to more effective management policies and strategies.  

Student Registration:

COURSE TYPE: Full-time Training


STUDENT FEE: R 16 800:00

Course Credits:

This course is accredited by the ISCI (International Students Conservation Initiative) and students qualify for the ISCI’s work placement program after the course…

Course Modules:

Environmental Psychology, Ecology, Eco Dynamics, Succession, Human Print, Environmental Degration, Observations & Data Collection, Bio Diversity Surveys, Species monitoring, Ecological Assessment, Ethical considerations etc.

WILDLIFE RESEARCH COURSE Make a personal contribution towards  wildlife conservation in Africa...