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African Resource also brings its dynamic product to the personalised event context:

  • At home: Where people can enjoy an intimate evening around the dinner table with friends in the comfort of their own homes while African Resource provides the entertainment in the form of the engaging wildlife edutainment product.

  • At your workplace - tourism: African Resource is an excellent value-add for game lodges and other tourist locations. Presentations and eco-edutainment event evenings can be customised according to the needs of clients and / or safari facilities.

  • At your university: African Resource’s product is suited to the tertiary education context with regards to field guide and wildlife degree / diploma courses.

  • At your club or society: African Resource will visit relevant societies and clubs and edutain according to customised wildlife topics.

  • At your school: The perfect environmental education tool for school curricula or extramural clubs. Let African Resource inspire appreciation in the younger generations with regards to wildlife and the environment.

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  1. Focus on predators:
    • Lion
    • Hyena
    • Leopard
    • Wild dog
    • Cheetah
    • Jackal
    • Caracal
    • Mongoose
  2. Antelope adaptations:
    • Impala
    • Zebra
    • Wildebeest
    • Eland
    • Kudu
    • Nyala
    • Bushbuck
    • Waterbuck
    • Duiker
    • Steenbok
    • Klipspringer
  3. Birds and Behaviour:
    • Altricial and precotial
    • Bird party
    • Bird song
    • Broodparasites
    • Colour in birds
    • Co-operative breeding
    • Feather hygiene
    • Food and feeding
    • Ground birds
    • Kingfishers
    • Monogamy
    • Nests
    • Nightjars
    • Ostriches
    • Owls
    • Oxpeckers
    • Raptors
    • Symbiotic relationships
    • Vultures
    • Woodpeckers
  4. Pachyderms, primates and pigs:
    • Elephants
    • Hippo
    • Rhino
    • Warthog
    • Baboons
    • Monkeys
  5. Nocturnal niceties:
    • Aardvark
    • Porcupine
    • Genet
    • African Wild Cat
    • Civet
    • Honey badger
    • Scrub hare
    • Bushbaby
  6. Focus on flora:
    • Trees: (see list for tree course)
    • Grass
    • Flowers / small plants
  7. Considering scales: reptiles and frogs
  8. On the hunt for insect information
  9. Stripes and patterns: mechanisms for survival
  10. Particular wildlife places
  11. The value of wildlife
  12. Virtual game drive
to find out more about our suite of topics.

Patrons attending above have the option to purchase “Game Ranger in my Backpack” a book that compliments the material presented in the talks. Find out more about this book.
African Resource • 082 895 8414 • megan@africanresource.co.za

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