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Conservation Academy Photos

Our Conservation Academy students have been on a life-changing photography assignment led by Mike Kendrick of Wild Shots Outreach. With the help of the Skukuza Science Leadership Initiative (Nsasani Trust), our nine students spent three days in the Kruger National Park and they were able to do all the practical photography on open vehicle game drives and walks, while the theory lectures were done at camp.

We’re sharing a beautiful photo from each student below. Thank you Konica Minolta South Africa, our Programme Manager, Kathleen Hay, and our Programme Coordinator, Sibusiso Mnisi, for helping us to create the best rural Conservation Academy in South Africa.

The intention is that, once they are qualified guides, these nine young conservationists will be able to help their guests take memorable photos. We think you’ll agree that our students are well on their way!


Conservation Academy Photos

Our Conservation Academy students with GWF’s Conservation Academy Co-ordinator Sibusiso Mnisi and their photography teacher Mike Kendrick

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