African Wildlife Security

African Wilderness Safaris

Aerial Wildlife Services

SOUTHERN AFRICA

africawildlifeservices.co.za

  All educational internship programs require a non-refundable deposit of $500 (not included in totals) due after application is accepted.

Prices begin at $4,380.00 for 4-weeks

African Wildlife Services is a multifaceted company providing premium services in the realm of wildlife conservation including wildlife management, wildlife security, biodiversity surveying, land restoration, and education. African Wildlife Services founding member and CEO, Louis B. Ebersöhn, started guiding safaris in 1994. Now, Louis owns and successfully operates Aerial Wildlife Services (AWS), African Wilderness Safaris (AWS), and African Wildlife Security (AWS)! Louis and his team of highly skilled and professional conservationists will make sure you get the professional guidance, practical training, hands-on experience, and necessary inspiration you need to successfully take your place as our world’s next generation of professional conservationists, natural-resource managers, wildland stewards, and wildlife custodians!



Conservation of Africa’s wildlife and natural resources through sustainable utilization, as described in “The Conservation Game: Saving Africa’s Biodiversity,” by Gerhard R. Damm, is AWS’s guiding principle and forms the foundation of their business models. These guiding principles of sustainable utilization are:

  • The fulfillment of the legitimate needs of the African population

  • The protection and/or “Wise Use” of the soil

  • The protection and/or “Wise Use” of the plants that grow in the soil

  • The protection and/or “Wise Use” of the animals that use the plants for food or cover and which live in the specialized habitats provided by the different communities of plants and their physical environments

Based on these principles, AWS’s sustainable business models ensure their position as industry role-players and conservation leaders. AWS believes this is the only viable way to ensure the wildlife of today will still be around 10, 20, or 100 years from now.

Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority (PSIRA) Private Security Services Provider; South African Nationally Qualified Outfitter and Professional Hunter; Culture, Art, Tourism, Hospitality, and Sport Sector Education and Training Authority (CATHSSETA) Qualified Dangerous Site Guide; Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) Restricted Radio Telephone Operator; Personal Survival Techniques (PST) Certified; Personal Safety and Social Responsibility Certified; South African Professional Firearm Trainers Council Qualifications (multiple); International Firearm Training Academy, NRA accredited; South Africa Tours (SATOUR) Registered Tour Guide 

      

 
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