Private Big 5 Game Reserve Research Initiative

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live and work on a big 5 game reserve in Africa? Here is your opportunity- this project will allow you to experience working and learning from a dedicated conservation research team on a beautiful South African big 5 game reserve close to the Kruger National Park, assist with obtaining critical data for the management and ongoing conservation efforts on the reserve, get hands on with various big game projects taking place on the reserve and do your bit in contributing to wildlife conservation.
The conservation and research effort at the research project Game Reserve provides an amazing opportunity for you to live and work on a beautiful,private, South African game reserve, directly contributing to the ongoing research and management. Our programme is carried out by scientists, ecologists, wildlife managers and qualified guides. The Wildlife likely to be encountered while staying on the Game Reserve includes lion, leopard, elephant, white and black rhino, cheetah, spotted hyena, sable, eland, reedbuck, kudu, zebra, giraffe, wildebeest, nyala, black-backed jackal, and several smaller antelope. Birdlife in the reserve is prolific (current recorded sightings at 300 different species). The research initiative has two sides, the researchers and the volunteers. The researchers have a specific project that they are required to collect data for, usually for a degree whereas the volunteers aid in collecting data for the ongoing monitoring and research topics on the reserve.

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Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live and work on a big 5 game reserve in Africa? Here is your opportunity- this project will allow you to experience working and learning from a dedicated conservation research team on a beautiful South African big 5 game reserve close to the Kruger National Park, assist with obtaining critical data for the management and ongoing conservation efforts on the reserve, get hands on with various big game projects taking place on the reserve and do your bit in contributing to wildlife conservation.
The conservation and research effort at our selected game reserve provides an amazing opportunity for you to live and work on a beautiful South African game reserve, directly contributing to the ongoing research and management. Our programme is carried out by scientists, ecologists, wildlife managers and qualified guides. The Wildlife likely to be encountered  includes lion, leopard, elephant, white and black rhino, cheetah, spotted hyena, sable, eland, reedbuck, kudu, zebra, giraffe, wildebeest, nyala, black-backed jackal, and several smaller antelope. Birdlife in the reserve is prolific (current recorded sightings at 300 different species). The research initiative has two sides, the researchers and the volunteers. The researchers have a specific project that they are required to collect data for, usually for a degree whereas the volunteers aid in collecting data for the ongoing monitoring and research topics on this reserve, very close to the Kruger National Park

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