In tonight's episode Neil shares with us his experience in becoming a safari field guide, some of the intricacies of animals communicating with each other and organising and facilitating his safari retreats. We learn how the bird call of the Dove changes at lunch time and some of the more profound encounters Neil has had with these beautiful wild animals of South Africa. An inspiring chat that will get those safari juices flowing.
Neil Urry is the founder of Soul Sanctuary Safaris. He is a safari field guide, retreat organiser and yoga teacher. He has been teaching yoga for 12 years and organising and facilitating retreats to South Africa, India and Japan. He loves sharing his passion for the African savannah with yoga students from around the world and studying to become a safari field guide has brought a whole new dimension to Neil's Safari Yoga Retreats.
Did you know Ferret's sleep 18 hours a day, sometimes longer? A lot of lying around, but they make up for it when they're awake. Ferris is an albino ferret that was found wandering the streets of country Victoria. Ferris was rescued and is now in a great home with Mum Kelly sharpening up his inner-Houdini. Big things intimidate him and he is generally a little anxious, but Ferris is very grateful for his Mum saving his life.
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