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Sitting with Elephants - Sarah Foster

Many ancient traditions teach us that to find the answers to our deepest questions we must sit quietly on the earth and observe nature. Life's lessons will unfold in front of our eyes if we simply allow ourselves to take it all in with an open mind and unified heart. 

 

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Cheetah Facts

Everybody knows cheetahs are fast but how fast? Do you know where the word cheetah comes from? Or their average age in the wild? Or how successful their hunts are?

Download our educational Cheetah Factsheet and learn these answers and more!

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Camera Traps fundraising Final Update!

Fundraising updates!

The 10 new camera traps arrived on Tuesday 30th October 2018 thanks to "postman" volunteer Pat Coe!

We can’t wait to start placing them in the bush to monitor our beloved wildlife, with a special focus on the key and endangered species.

We would like to thank everyone who donated to our fundraising! Here the list of all the donors who claimed the perk:

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Birdwatching at LEO Africa - Bee Eaters facts!

LEO is a great place to come if you are a lover of birds. Within the Park you can find almost 400 different species!

 

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Volunteer of the month! Walter, 4 times with us!

My name is Walter, I live in Vienna and I’m 75 years old turning 76 in December.

You may think life has not much to offer any more? This is my story:

I’ve been to many beautiful places in South Africa and neighbouring countries, staying in nice and expensive lodges, but deep in my heart I knew “something” was missing.

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Camera Traps fundraising Updates!

We would like to say a massive thank you to everyone who supported and donated to our camera trap fundraising campaign.

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Incredible battle for survival – Cheetahs VS Wildebeest

The unexpected happened in front of our eyes on the way back home. The sighting of a lifetime, the dream of many. One of those moments that can’t be retold because you must live them to feel the tension, the adrenaline. All your senses heighten and there is an internal fight between seeing a kill and hoping for the prey to escape. A moment that the best documentaries try to portray. But this was real, in front of our eyes!

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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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