“Thank you for all the amazing experience working with variety of African animals! Working with wildlife has been one of my dreams for a long time, and this 2 weeks was very special time for me. Now I’m hoping to work with elephants in my future. Thank you, Dr Brothers, Brendan and Shelly and all the people and animals that I met here!!!”
Yui Tsutsumi – Australia, Standard Wildlife Immobilisation & Conservation Course, 7 – 22 July 2011
[divider_line]“The experiences are great! As lot of “first time” happen on this course. This makes me think more about my future career.”
Max Yiu – Australia, Standard Wildlife Immobilisation & Conservation Course, 7 – 22 July 2011
[divider_line]“ I came to Brothers Safaris in order to gain more knowledge and experience with wildlife… and that absolutely happened. The amount of species we saw was phenomenal! This course would not have been the same without the amazing game rangers, Brendan and Shelly. Thank you for such a great experience”
Kristen Lahey – Iowa USA, Standard Wildlife Immobilisation & Conservation Course, 7 – 22 July 2011
[divider_line]“We had an amazing time and learned so much. The number of species we worked with and the number of species we saw on game drives made the trip well worth it. The experience would not have been the same without our rangers, Brendan and Shelly. So much laughter! It was phenomenal!”
Sheena and Jason Christensen – Iowa USA, Standard Wildlife Immobilisation & Conservation Course, 7 July – 22 July 2011
[divider_line]“This trip was definitely a once in a lifetime experience! Thank you Peter for working with us on so many animals and allowing us to get so much wildlife experience. Thank you to Brendan and Shelly for making the trip so much fun and showing us so much on our game drives. Thanks Smart for great food! I had an excellent time and am sorry to leave – looking forward to the next trip!”
Laura Kleinschmidt, Iowa USA, Standard Wildlife Immobilisation Course 7 July – 22 July 2011
[divider_line]“WOW! 21 different animals ranging from 6 species. Giragge, rhino, lions, buffalo, wildebeest, zebra. This experience has been amazing. I never would have imagined doing as much vet work as we have done. It has been wonderful!”
Justin Rosenberg – Iowa USA, Standard Wildlife Immobilisation Course 7 – 22 July 2011
[divider_line]‘Dear Brothers Safaris everyone – I’m glad your drought is ending for your sake. From Lions roaring (which was rather scary actually) to finding out how hard it is to dart cheetah, to TB testing cape buffalo to all the cool sightings (caracal, spotted hyena, serval, aardwolf) to my favourite: a momma cheetah with her 5 sub-adult cubs, all was wonderful thanks so much. I hope to be back for the advanced course. P.S one month old baby elephant. Enough said.”
Jenn Carne – Iowa USA, Standard Wildlife Immobilisation & Conservation Course, 26 May – 10 June 2011
[divider_line]“This course definitely exceeded my expectations – despite the freak amounts of rain! I’d love to come back for the advanced course!”
Andrea Moe – Iowa USA, Standard Wildlife Immobilisation & Conservation Course, 26 May – 10 June 2011
[divider_line]“ Great course, the mixture of game drives and practices was enough to keep busy for more than two weeks. I also enjoyed the flexibility the schedule offered to accommodate the weather. Overall great course!”
Beau Spangler – Iowa USA, Standard Wildlife Immobilisation Course 26 May – 10 June 2011
[divider_line]“These past two weeks have been an absolute blast. The game drives and all the darting excursions were so much fun and I learned so much. I also loved that you added the orphanage visit to the course – it was fun seeing all the kids! Thank you all for this amazing experience!”
Katie Franson – Iowa USA, Standard Wildlife Immobilisation & Conservation Course, 26 May 2011 – 10 June 2011
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