Joined by staff including Dr Ed Harris and Dr Nicola Randall, the students have worked at the Nambiti reserve near Ladysmith with rangers montoring wildlife, learned tracks and signs in the bush, and met members of the local community.
Catch up with some of the highlights in this social media roundup.
I'm not jealous, I'm not jealous at all! Why would I be jealous??!! ?? Hope you guys all have a fabulous time!— Dr Ellen Williams (@DrElliephants) February 20, 2023
Please report back on the ants you spot ??????— Dr Heather Campbell-Miles (@scienceheather) February 21, 2023
Very jealous! Looks great. Any insect pictures yet?— Ben Clunie (@benclunie) February 22, 2023
Love those! I found lots of green milkweed locusts when there about the same time a few years back. Colours are outrageous. pic.twitter.com/v47jU0hE3I— Ben Clunie (@benclunie) February 22, 2023
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Our trip to a local charity making hats from recycled plastic bags was more interesting and fun than we though it would be pic.twitter.com/3dFOhpTnt0— Ed (diffuse prior) Harris (@EdHarris9000) February 24, 2023
The wildlife sightings have been stupendous during our monitoring trips. Highlights were this close encounter with a young male elephants and both black and white rhino on foot. ?? pic.twitter.com/ZcYJDXiO5m— Ed (diffuse prior) Harris (@EdHarris9000) February 27, 2023
Not jealous at all!— Dr Joe Roberts (@Dr_Joe_Roberts) March 1, 2023
Interested in a career in #wildlife #conservation #ecology …look no further than @HarperAdamsUni— Julia Casperd (@jcasperd) March 6, 2023
we have an open day on the 11th March or 10th June why not come along! @DrElliephants @DrJohnReade
@Dr_Joe_Roberts @simonsegar https://t.co/AmvJbUTQts