Becoming a Conservation Canine
Mufassa, Conservation Canine Cadet
Becoming a Conservation Canine is a lot of work, takes a lot of time, and treats (and Sean’s shoes) aren’t cheap! And I can’t rush it. I think it’s because, if I skip steps, I won’t be ready for all the situations I might come across if I qualify one day (claws crossed). Well that’s what I’ve been told anyway – so far I’ve been playing and racing around meeting the staff at the EWT’s Conservation Campus – easy peasy! Apparently I don’t do any real work for the first few months. Tough life hey? I’m just supposed to go everywhere and see everything I possibly can so nothing scares me (as if!). I think I heard them say it’s also so I don’t get distracted too easily when I do start working.
Anyway, lots to see and smell but I’ll give you another update soon!
- Spotted on the Road
- Combatting climate change and crane-crop damage
- Where Frogs Flourish
- Integrated Farming the missing piece for communal farmers
- On the road to a career in conservation
- Earthly Eating
- What was wildlife doing while we lay low in lockdown?
- A word from the CEO July 2022
- Conservation Canine Delta
- Careers in Conservation – the long way around