After a few weeks of training Shishi our resident bush baby to have a fear of the dogs as well as training the dogs that he is not food in the hopes that he stood a chance in the wild. It was finally time to open the hatch and allow him the chance of a
The interns here at Albizia have set up camera traps in different places around the conservancy to document the different species we have. Here are a few of our Best photos from the footage we have collected. Leopard taking a casual stroll at sunset. Hippopotamus out for a midnight snack Aardvark – one of the
One month in, the Albizia interns have just come back from part one of their well-deserved break in Kosi Bay. Since the interns have been with us we have managed to achieve all our goals set so far, we have had some great experiences and unfortunately on a sad note one of our interns had
For quite some time, a large 4 metre python was kept in a cage, eagerly awaiting the day it would be released back into the wild. But in order to release it, it had to be moved from the cage to a snake bucket so that it could be transported out to the nearby conservancy.
As we continue our adventure in the bush of South Africa we have had the privilege to release a family of Banded mongoose. This was the second release in the last month or so, they are beautiful and smart creatures. The banded mongoose live in family groups from seven to forty, they eat anything as
We are fortunate enough to be the very first interns into this new program, having done 3 months at GVI before being placed here with Anton and Harriot to take part in work experience. They were kind enough to come and pick us up from our previous accommodation 9 hours away and drive us to our new accommodation at