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Julie Ward Centre Diary (April 2013)

Published 05/15/13

(By Glen Vena, animal care manager at Shamwari Wildlife Reserve’s Julie Ward Center.)

All our big cats are well and they look great. I think we’ll be seeing more of them with the change of season. Man this summer has been hot, I welcome you, autumn! Already the cats are more active and more visible with the cooler days, and that is great!

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Jean Byrd Centre Diary (September 2012)

Published 11/30/12
By Martin Miritiawo

I had a wonderful time with students from Wild Reach. They had a presentation conducted by their founding member whereby learners will identify a certain animal and get a reward if get it right. We also discussed nature conservation and had a game drive. Look who we encountered in the bush. (See accompanying photograph.)

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Julie Ward Centre Diary (August 2011)

Published 08/25/11

Shamwari Wildlife Reserve project images
(Photograph by Born Free Foundation)

(By Glen Vena, animal care manager at Shamwari Wildlife Reserve’s Julie Ward Center.)

All is well this side. It has been very cold lately, we had lots of rain and finally the Bushman’s River is flowing, so I’m sure that is good news to all here. It hasn’t flowed for the past three years.

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Jean Byrd Center Diary

Published 08/25/11

Shamwari Wildlife Reserve project images
(Photograph by Born Free Foundation)

(Compiled by Martin Miritiawo of Shamwari Wildlife Reserve’s Jean Byrd Center.)

July was not as cold as June and we received a lot of rain towards the month end, everything looks green and beautiful. Even the rivers are flowing. The rain also means more vegetation for the cats to hide themselves in, if they don’t want to be disturbed.

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Shamwari Wildlife Reserve in South Africa

Published 08/25/11

Born Free USA supports two rescue facilities and an education center within the Shamwari Wildlife Reserve in South Africa. The Shamwari sanctuaries house lions and leopards who are rescued from captive environments such as zoos, circuses and private homes.

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