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Research in Namibia

BRinK stands for Biological Research in Kuzikus. We are a research station in the Kalahari Desert with exclusive access for biologists to over 150km² rangeland and on-site facilities. University students, volunteers and scientists are welcome to do their research, studies or internship with our organisation.

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NEW:
You have the opportunity to familiarise yoursefl with Kuzikus wildlife using our species list online here. Enjoy!  

April 2014:

Off-peak 20% Discount on Entomo project in October!!


March 2014:
Projects out for 2015!

January 2014:
 
We congratulate BRinK Team member Friedrich Reinhard for obtaining his PhD!


September 2013:

- Projects open for application:
Large Wildlife Census (May 2014)
Large Wildlife Census (June 2014)
Field Biology (August 2014)

 August 2013:
-
Publication
by H. Campbell on Acacia ants
here.

May 2013:
- New Buprestid beetle described 
and named Agrilus kuzikusensis, after our research area
- Reports out for Projects 2012,2013
- Project available in February 2014

April 2013:
- Publication
by H. Campbell on Acacia ants
here.


February 2013:
- New volunteering programme involves wildlife reserve maintenance and ecotourism background work, as well as with help with the black rhino calf!
Go here 

November 2012:
- BRinK Newsletter
Read here

September 2012:
- Black rhino calf hand-reared @ Kuzikus
here




Contact us:

info@brink-namibia.com
+264 62 581614+264 62 581614 (Namibia)
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Research in NamibiaResearch & SiteStudent ProjectsJoin BRinKAboutPartnersVisitors