Learning from each other

23 October, 2015

Learning from each other

23 Oct,2015Fire Awareness

The KwaZulu-Natal Mbazwana Team visited the KZN Ezemvelo Wildlife at the Sibhaya Camp, for a fire awareness campaign focusing on fire behaviour. The awareness was to educate the employees at the Nature Reserve.

The Mbazwana Base Communication Representative, Khanyisile Ntombela, said, “the field rangers also shared how they do their daily jobs, teaching us about vital trees and protected trees.”

The team learnt more about the different roles animals play in the reserve, like rhinos, hippopotamus and tortoises living in water. “We travelled by boat, went site seeing and the field rangers showed us all the different animals living in water,” concluded Khanysile.

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