The use of fences to limit animal movement and demarcating reserve boundaries has been very successful in South Africa, but there have also been numerous associated problems. Unlike South Africa, many of the rest of Africa’s nature reserve have not been fenced, thus making free-ranging wildlife harder to contain and manage. This class addresses the pros and cons of fenced verses free-range. If fences are required, what type would be the most suitable for specific management objectives.
This class is approximately +-1,5 hours in duration and given by Mr. Pieter Nel.