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Elephant monitoring at LEO Africa - Three months with Eike

Elephant: A Keystone Species 

Elephants are the largest animals on land and play a crucial role in the balance of the African ecosystem due to their disproportional large effect on the environment.

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How to identify leopards

Leopard (Panthera pardus) is one of the key species we monitor at LEO Africa. Leopards are top predators and play a very important role in controlling the herbivore population.

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Our volunteer Leo tells us his best moments during his 8 weeks with us!

Hello, my name is Leo, I come from France and I have been at LEO Africa for 8 weeks. I am studying Management and Protection of Nature and I chose LEO Africa for my internship placement. I have experienced so many great things but here are my highlights:

 

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Testimonial: Two weeks at LEO with Matt and Rebecca

I came to work for Leo Africa for two weeks with my partner Rebecca as a working holiday. It was immediately obvious LEO are doing amazing things for the conservation of South African wildlife. The animals here are in peak physical condition and there are not vehicles everywhere getting in the way of the experience. The views of the landscape and the animals are stunning and I love to take pictures of both.

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Elephant monitoring at LEO Africa - Vesta's three months

Elephant monitoring

When I was a child my wish was to go to Africa. This was made possible when I first came to LEO Africa in 2014. Finding the LEO Africa Wildlife Monitoring and Conservation Volunteer Project and experiencing all it had to offer was a blessing. The project allowed me to experience Africa’s nature and wildlife, whilst contributing to conservation, making it a truly rewarding and life changing experience that I will never forget.

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