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Rich Laburn

Head of Digital

Rich is the driving force behind Londolozi’s online storytelling and the Londolozi blog. His passions of digital media, film and photography, combined with his field-guiding background, have seen him take the Londolozi blog to new heights since he began it in 2009. Rich ...

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on The Art of Tracking

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Herman
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This is a great video. Congratulations to all. The videos generally are first rate but the work highlighted here is awesome.

I must, add, of course seeing the Valentine’s Day video – LOL ROFL. All this just for a kiss? 🙂

Rich
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Thanks Herman, Im glad that you enjoyed it and hopefully gained some insight into the art of tracking and the purpose of the Tracking Academy.

As for the Valentines Day Video, Im pleased it had the intended purpose!

Rich

Jonathan Colerangle
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some of the best trackers are the san and khoi people of southern africa. They have been tracking animals that they hunt for thousands of years in nearly the same way as their ancestors.

Rich
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Very true Jonathan. I was listening to Alex talk yesterday and it is part of this ancient knowledge that the San and Khoi people passed down for many generations that is slowly being lost today. The tracking academy is aiming to preserve this indigenous art of both these people as well as many others throughout South Africa.

penny parker
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very cool 🙂

Oh, and by the way – the liebenberg tracking book is just AWESOME! just completed a FGASA level 1, and the tracks and signs work was so exihirating 🙂

tutani
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The one fills cold is the one goes to the fire .If you know your roots just follow them.This is what Trackers do.

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