Damaraland Molerat – not often seen as always underground in their colony tunnel system. During heavy rains or floods, when the underground water table rises high they are forced to break the surface. They are very aggressive little creatures and snap bite at anything that comes near them – BEWARE
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Gabar Goshwak in spectacular Inter-specific species competition with a Little Sparrowhawk. Great Plains Conservation, January 2017. During annual Guide mentoring, we came around the corner to witness the sparrowhawk on its own kill of a small seed-eater which was suddenly attacked by the larger Gabar. The Gabar managed to overpower the Little Sparrowhawk to make away with its prized kill. Spectacular.
We are interviewing for various positions available under some new and current Safari Operators.
Once Selected, most positions offer“On-site Guide Training” for candidates under company standards and BQA National Guide Standards = Level 2 Nature Guide and Level 3 Walking Guide + Rifle Use.
Up to ten (10) positions available as:1. Professional Guide License Holders = Walking Experience, Game Drive, Night Drive, Boating and Mokoro.
– PRD permit
– Cambridge Education preferred
– Some guiding experience
Up to 6 positions available2. Mekoro Polers and Trackers
– Mekoro Poler License
– At least 1 year experience in industry – service and or guiding/tracking experience
– JC education expected
– Good English
– Bonus = to have a driver’s license
Must send full Curricula Vitae = preferred to be sent on email to us.
Contact – Tshepiso Ranko = email@example.com – Cell: +267 77475487
An array of spiders occur within northern Botswana, especially during summer.
During a Training course on the Gomoti River South – 3 brothers, some resident Maun guides and I embarked on a fantastic trails guide and Level 2 FGASA guide mentoring course. We had a phenomenal time in learning tracking and trailing skills, viewed excellent large and small mammals, birds and especially enjoyed the smaller, intricate aspects of nature. Many spiders, fungi, water mussels and a myriad of tracks. Summer is certainly one of the best times for learning about the diversity of nature.