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|Title:||Animal Tracking and Communication Safari|
|When:||18.04.2012 - 27.04.2012|
|Location:||Botswana: Kalahari Desert and Khwai River Delta|
|Description:||Animal Tracking and Communication Safari |
with the Naro San Bushmen, Nicole Apelian and Jon Young (www.8shields.org)
Botswana: Kalahari Desert and Khwai River Delta
18 - 27 April 2012 from 08:00 - 17:00.
This ten day program will be led by animal communication expert Anna Breytenbach, tracking & bird language expert Jon Young, big-cat expert, tracker and wilderness guide Nicole Apelian, and experienced wilderness guide, tracker, and master naturalist Alwyn Myburgh. The group will work closely with the Naro community for the first week of the expedition, before heading off to the Khwai River wilderness to experience new wildlife and habitats. This beautiful area is known for its rich wildlife, and we will see many species here not found in the dry Kalahari.
Learn about the natural world by seeing into the lives of wild animals through the tracks they leave behind. You will be led into a world of mystery and intrigue that we call tracking and learn how to see the surrounding landscape through the eyes of the local scout. You will be guided to develop your awareness skills and observation techniques that help you locate and see more wildlife.
These 10 days will be a culminating experience that brings together elements from all the Origins Project's subject areas gathered from the three prior weeks by the leadership team. We expect another amazing experience with the Naro in a hunting and gathering setting, and will settle into powerful exercises developed from the team's repertoire of experiential training and mentoring expertise. Jon Young and Anna Breytenbach are featured in a documentary (in production) examining the indigenous roots of interspecies communication abilities and examining current expressions of this work with everything from pets to wildlife in wild settings. Come join Jon, Anna and Nicole for an intimate and powerful journey learning from the Bushmen, the wildlife, the landscape and each other.
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