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The footprinting project in collaboration with WildTrack with
Kuzikus' Black Rhinos is continued, being launched in 2009.
Students have the unique opportunity to learn a
new conservation technique on two occasions in 2011 and 2012 !




BRinK Newsletters
Inside the Winter 2010 Issue:
- Seasonal changes in Kuzikus
- Strange visitors to camp
- Micromammal trapping
- BRiefly BRinK: News in brief from camp
- Become a volunteer: Christmas offer
- A bug's life
- Gonometa attack
- Monitoring the lizards
- Return to Kuzikus by Chris Seppey
Inside the Spring 2010 Issue:
- Flora of the Kalahari
- Kuzikus' reptile life
- BRiefly BRinK: News in brief from camp
- Become a volunteer
- 2010: International Year of Biodiversity
- Rhino sex scandal!
- Meet the BRinK team

Inside the Autumn 2009 Issue:
- The ants who farm insects
- Spooks in the desert: BRinK Halloween
- BRiefly BRinK: News in brief from camp
- Life on Acacia
- The Kalahari at night: what we saw there
- Rhino stories
- Be a BRinK research volunteer



Inside the Spring 2009 Issue:

- Bird abundance and distribution in Kuzikus
- Nature's music: Recording bird song
- BRiefly BRinK: News in brief from camp
- Tracking the Black Rhino
- Singing frogs and tadpole transformations
- Tracks and pellets: studying large mammals
- Become a BRinK research volunteer
- Tree houses for ants: symbiotic relationships

BRinK Newsletter

Edited by Alison Skeats;

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