On the weekend of 26.11. - 28.11.2021 the second Junior Ranger Camp at Makgadikgadi National Park could take place.
This time, children from the Andrew Wellio and Gxhabara Primary School came to the camp, which, like the first one, takes place within the framework of the project "Biodiversity and Species Conservation".
The expert Walona Sehularo from Elephants for Africa visited the camp again to report about his educational work with local farmers and the topic "Human-Wildlife Conflict".
There were many wildlife sightings and the Junior Rangers were thrilled! Some of them directly asked Theda Gräfin Knyphausen to extend the camp to 10 days ;-)
The three professional safari guides Ofentse Legase, Kabelo Kgafela and Isa Satheba were also there again and took the children on exciting game drives in the bush.
The complex topic of biodiversity will continue to accompany the Junior Rangers in their educational units in the coming weeks and months. The project "Biodiversity and Species Conservation" is financially supported by the Schmitz Foundation until June 2022.
More camps in the bush are planned!
For the great support of the trainers, teachers and safari guides, we would like to thank them again!