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Wilderness Conservation Programme

Askari provides volunteers with a lifetime opportunity that will never be forgotten; to actively contribute to and participate in the daily management, wildlife research and monitoring activities taking place on a game reserve in Africa. The programme fosters the conservation of wilderness and is based on Pidwa Wilderness Reserve in 17 500 hectares of untamed beauty.

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SAFARI - Have you ever thought about what it means to go on a “Safari” – do you know where the word comes from and what it means? The modern word we use today is from the Swahili language of East Africa but it actually has Arabic origin. The Arabic meaning was ‘to travel’ (safara). In the more modern day it translates to “journey” in Swahili; and so we journey together through the bush on a SAFARI.
Did you know that ‘Journey’ is also the collective noun for a group of moving giraffe? But what if they were standing still? How would we refer to them then? Comment below if you can tell us #askariwcp
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Thankfully, the wildlife here on Pidwa, is as free as ever during South Africa's government enforced lock down. We will continue to bring it to you through our various platforms, and hopefully bring something extra to each day of your own isolation or lock down. The team have already begun with the BirdLasser South African lockdown challenge - to see how many birds you can record in and from your garden during the Covid-19 lockdown period. This stunning 'Little sparrowhawk' has been a regular visitor lately and made it onto our list. Stay tuned for special features in the coming weeks of interactive camera trapping, bush walks, tree ID, tracking challenges and much more #askariwcp ... See MoreSee Less

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Preparing for #earthhour 2020 at Askari. In these troubled times, more than ever, do your part for our environment. Coming up in 90 minutes.... #askariwcp #lightsoff
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