VWW364 (DVL444) Tussen-die-Riviere Reserve 2006-2013

The annual field trip by students and lecturers to the Tussen-die-Riviere Reserve proves to be very important in the course calendar on applied nutrition of wild herbivores and carnivores. Students participate actively in discussions and study several wild animals in their natural habitat – the in situ situation. In addition to the plants, animals and tracks, the focus is also on collecting and identifying scat (droppings) of animals. This complements the practical work carried out over eight weeks in the Bloemfontein Zoological Gardens – the ex situ situation.


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