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Bruce Arnott

Field Guide

Bruce grew up on a plot of farmland in the midlands of KwaZulu-Natal. He always had a passion for the bush and the outdoors, having been camping and fishing since he was a young boy. He attended school in the Natal midlands after ...

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on African Folklore, the Mystery of Birds: Part 2.

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Marinda Drake
Master Tracker

Love the blog today Bruce. I find African folklore fascinating. Love the stories. Looking forward to many more. Can you please write about the Bateleur eagle?

James Tyrrell
Photographic Guide/Media Team

Hi Marinda, absolutely!
Blog coming soon…!

Mauricia Neeley
Explorer

Love to hear any of the African Folklore stories.

Lucie Easley
Senior Digital Ranger

I will love everything you post about African Folklore. As with our Native Americans, these people knew and respected the Earth and all living things. Their wisdom remains unmatched.

Lynn Hurry
Explorer

A beautiful story. Lovely images. Suggest you check your isiZulu spellings next time. Its inyoni NOT ingonyi and umuthi NOT ummuthi !!! A courtesy to isiZulu readers.

Bruce Arnott
Field Guide

Hi there, thank you very much for your comment! I got the spelling from a Zulu person in Natal. Spellings potentially change with area. Thank you.

Gawie Jordaan
Digital Ranger

absolutely fascinating!

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