Biological Research in
Biological Research in Kuzikus (BRinK) aims to
investigate a 100km2 traditionally game-rich wildlife
reserve in the Central Kalahari Desert/Namibia and
compile research projects over many years as part of
ongoing conservation and exploration of the area.
Research is done by small community of volunteers
and researchers, living in a simple bushcamp.
Through daily research trips on foot , volunteers will
experience close contact to their thriving
environment, learning how to behave in the bush
and collect data in the field.
- Identify species of bird , their calls and
associated behaviour in Kuzikus Wildlife Reserve
-Reveal the distribution and abundance of large
mammals in Kuzikus Wildlife Reserve
- Or propose your own project idea to be
accomplished in Kuzikus Wildlife Reserve
We welcome any new input and ideas!
BRinK - Biological Research in Kuzikus
To apply to volunteer for BRinK you will write a
method proposal, which you will use for your
chosen project or for you own project idea in
The most important is your enthusiasm for
the project and your passion for nature!
We look forward to hearing from you!
The Wildlife Reserve
Kuzikus (whitethorn) is a wildlife reserve in the
Central Kalahari in Namibia/Africa, with a diversity
of free-living wildlife . The critically endangered
Black rhinoceros has been introduced in the area
and is particularly taken care of. Kuzikus is devoted
to preserve and protect African wilderness.
Kuzikus Wildlife Reserve is run by family biologists
that endeavor to protect a piece of unspoilt Africa.