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Fever pitch is high

Fever pitch is high

The mood on campus for the week has been both tense and feverishly ‘busy’. Apart from the last few remaining Advanced Rifle Handling assessments that had to be conducted, as well as the preparation for the upcoming Apprentice Trails Guide exams, all were waiting in...

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Assessment drives are here

Assessment drives are here

This has been a bit of a varied week for most people. We started off the week with the final few assessment drives - everyone passed! All the practice drives, hotbox packing, fact learning, extra research, 4x4 training, route planning, branch clearing, map studying...

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How to fall in love… with birds

How to fall in love… with birds

If you love something, you have to love it fully! If you only love half, how fair would it be to the opposite party? Sometimes falling in love takes time and we first need to overcome a lot of things and other times it’s as easy as 1, 2, 3. Birds can easily feel like...

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FGASA exam time

FGASA exam time

So, our final FGASA exam and practical assessments are finally upon us after all the preparations and time spent learning everything we can during our time at Bushwise! Lucky for us just before the intense week that is exam and assessment week, we were given the...

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What Field guiding is all about

What Field guiding is all about

Field guiding is far more about people than animals. You may spend ten hours a day looking at four-legged animals, but you will spend between fifteen to eighteen hours daily with the two-legged ones. There are a few professions where you spend so much time with the...

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