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Callum Gowar

Field Guide

Growing up in Cape Town, the opposite end of South Africa from its main wildlife areas, didn't slow Callum down when embarking on his ranger training at Londolozi at the start of 2015. He had slowly begun moving north-east through the country anyway, ...

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Vicky Auchincloss
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I look forward to the Londolozi blog every morning. I have my first coffee and the blog every day . Thank you.

Deb and Frank Kohlenstein
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Fantastic pictures from the week! Thank you for keeping us connected to beautiful Londolozi. We look forward to the blog every morning with our coffee.

Mary Ann Yoder
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Love reading this blog, I look forward to it daily.

Una Holdsworth
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I too am one repeat visitor (about seven times) we were lucky enough on our first visit to meet and become friends with Les Hes. I live vicariously through the Londolozi blog daily. We will be visiting again with Lex and my family in June. Really looking forward to it.

Nadine Biscaretti di Ruffia
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Great to see you are well Callum and taking such amazing photographs, all of them picturing a moment which is new and unique and make me long to visit Londolozi again soon!

Marinda Drake
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Stunning images Callum. Love the Tsalala’s xrossing the causeway.

Gillian Lacey
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Just as you are anticipating the arrival of autumn and winter – here in the northern hemisphere we are in the early stages of spring with lighter mornings & evenings and summer to look forward to. We are enjoying the spring flowers in our garden at the moment. Like others have said I really enjoy reading the Londolozi blog – usually at lunch time in the office with a sandwich!

Mike Ryan
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Great photos especially the roller so difficult to catch

Ginger Brucker
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Thanks to all who who contribute to the blog and keep the global community
connected to Londolozi. The stories fill my heart and lift my spirit each day. I love the diversity of content which beautifully reflects daily Londolozi life: the respect, love and challenges embedded in human and wildlife families, the gorgeous and evolving landscapes, humor, friendships, grief, hope, energy and relaxation. Magical.

Sharon Blackburn
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Wow, Callum, photos are fantastic!
And a lovely, reflection about the importance of the blog to many in SA and around the world.

Jarro F.Kaplan
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Despite of having been in Londolozi twice I’m always amazed by the wonderful pictures and in-depth comments coming on your blog.Can’t wait until visiting Londolozi again!

Jill Larone
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Wow, these are all incredible pictures Callum! I love reading the Londolozi blog every day here in (very cold at the moment) Canada and dream about when I will be able to return to magical Londolozi once again.

Jenifer Westphal
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Callus, beautiful photos! I love seeing the older leopard cubs are doing well – we witnessed the male cheekily chasing a young hyena after drawing attention to himself by also chasing around a herd of impala! I’d hoped he’d calm down a bit. Did Freddy find the moth as well? We saw two on our last visit! As always, love seeing a week in pictures. I don’t always comment, but it’s a lovely way to start a weekend.

Colleen Bradley
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Absolutely magical photos! Russell and I wish we were back there with you and Freddy. So grateful for this blog and the opportunity to be transported back to South Africa via your photos.

Wendy Hawkins
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Beautiful images of your part of paradise that keeps us home bloggers glued to the screen to see our special weekly fix! I have to say that the picture of the dew covered grass & the sunset are spectacular! Thank you Callum

Nancy Anderson
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This was an extremely well written blog with outstanding photographs! Great job Callum!

Al Kaiser
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Great pictures Callum. I nice memory for me as I was often along side you on many of these sightings.

Cynthia House
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Your blog is always something I look forward to and as always your photos are magical.

Ursula Tobler and Markus Eberle
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We had the privileg to witness most of the sightings mentioned in this blog. Callum and Freddy, thank you so much for these 4 unforgettable days. We will stay connected to “our” animals thru your blog until our next visit to Londolozi

Béatrice Brassart
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Peu de Français sur ce magnifique blog. Il est temps de réparer cela! Nous avons observé tous ces animaux lors de notre séjour au Varty Camp en mars 2015 (sauf la chouette) et photographié ,et filmé. Depuis, on rêve avec ce blog!

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