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The Covid19 Blogs No 2The Covid19 Blogs No 2

In this second part of the "wish you were here" series we look back to the end of May 2019. This time we had a very special game capture moment and a first time of something new!?

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The Covid19 Blogs No 1The Covid19 Blogs No 1

Until we are able to welcome you back, we wish you were here! We remember May 2019.

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We wish you were here!We wish you were here!

We wish that all our past, recent and future participants and supporters, find themselves in the best health and safety, wherever you may find yourselves in a world affected by COVID19.

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Conservation and Veterinary Experiences 2019 - its a wrap!Conservation and Veterinary Experiences 2019 - its a wrap!

Shamwari Conservation Experience hosts three Conservation and Veterinary experiences every year, during our winter months. It's a wrap for 2019, onwards to 2020!

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A PLEA FOR HELP!A PLEA FOR HELP!

We are raising funds to assist our favourite little day care centre, which has run out of time. The Department of Social Development have decided to issue our poorest day care with a termination contract as the building is not safe for kids to live in anymore.

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Meet our New Co-ordinatorsMeet our New Co-ordinators

Meet our new Coordinators! We let them introduce themselves and explain how they got to Shamwari Conservation Experience.

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Our Community ProjectsOur Community Projects

So many wonderful people want to donate to our Community Projects. Read all about our projects here in case you want to be involved too.

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Meet Roy, our Social Media Co-ordinator!Meet Roy, our Social Media Co-ordinator!

Meet Roy van Gompel, our Social Media Coordinator for Shamwari Conservation Experience.

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The Shamwari Conservation Experience through the eyes of a VolunteerThe Shamwari Conservation Experience through the eyes of a Volunteer

Through a Shamwari volunteer experience social bonds are created and one gets to interact up close with natural environment. You leave Shamwari a happier person, more in harmony with yourself and your surroundings.

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