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Umphafa News

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Our work at UmPhafa does not just centre on surveying and protecting the wildlife species. Staff are also concerned with identifying and mapping our flora communities. Field Ranger, Anthony Walton, has been working hard to identify the flowering plants on the...

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Research student Shareen Sauders talks of her time at UmPhafa and her study of the plant species in the area:  As part of my placement year at university, I am currently undertaking a three month internship at Umphafa Private Nature Reserve....

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Over 25 and looking to make a difference with your holiday this year? Action for the Wild are delighted to offer a special two week internship placement on Umphafa Private Nature Reserve in South Africa. This is a chance for anyone from...

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Unfortunately, since the introduction of ostriches onto the reserve and despite the adults producing large clutches of eggs and successfully hatching them, there has been very little success rate to date in the survival of their chicks. This was due to the level of...

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Intern Lauren Owen summarises her diary of events at UmPhafa! I started my journey from York to Durban, meeting fellow interns along the way.On arrival at Durban, we then started the drive to the farm house where we would be staying for the next month!...

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UmPhafa is located in the foothills of the Drakensberg Mountain Range, a world heritage site

Number of species offically recorded on Umphafa

Mammals 48
Birds 143
Reptiles 18
Amphibians 11
Trees 54