The lessons were based on wildlife conservation, human wildlife conflict, livestock management practices, water conservation and waste management. The students also brought their environmental projects of which they shared with CCB staff and their fellow students. Other activities included a guided walk through the bush for bird-sightseeing, spoor identification and appreciation of the natural environment. Students and teachers played games at the sports grounds, had swims in the pool just to relax in the afternoon. There was an evening fire where all shared jokes, stories and or perhaps chose to watch wildlife documentaries. It was a wonderful time for all and yet another successful bush camp for CCB.