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Andrea Campbell

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Andrea has an energy that is hard to match. It's difficult to find anything in the bush that she doesn't get excited about, whether it's the molluscs in the Sand River, setting up camera traps all over the show to try and capture ...

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on If the Trees had Eyes: Camera Traps in the Field

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David Bourceraud
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Thank you Andrea for those secrets moments of animal life when our backs are turned. Excellent and interesting idea I look forward to part 2. Porcupine found on the right !!! I just hope there are not the same camera for the guests in the camp… ahahah

Andrea Campbell
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Thanks David. Definitely none in camp although I am sure they would prove just as entertaining! I am glad you spotted the porcupine.

James Crookes
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What a great idea Andrea, fascinating to see what goes on when no one is around. Look forward to the next instalment!

Andrea Campbell
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Thanks James, I’m glad you enjoyed the photos.

Marinda Drake
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Wow! This is amazing. Amazing how clear the images are. Love it, can’t wait for more.

Bob Wheeler
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Excellent. I have a camera trap in California to watch the deer, coyotes and foxes on the street. I was wondering if you folks had given it a try. We’ll be there TOMORROW for our long Waited 12 days. Can’t wait to see everybody and Londo again!!

Andrea Campbell
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Thanks Bob! We look forward to having you back here.

Kim Beasley
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Very cool!

Jill Grady
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Wow, what a great idea Andrea! That is one busy drainage line! I love the sneak peek at what goes on when no one is around – very interesting. I can’t wait to see part 2!

Rich Laburn
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What an awesome variety of animals, thank you for sharing

TED SWINDON
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HI ANDREA,
WHAT A BRILLIANT IDEA! WELL DONE, THIS IS SUCH AN INNOVATIVE IDEA.
I SPONSOR A CAMERA AT THE INGWE LEOPARD PROJECT IN MPUMALANGA, SO IF THERE IS A NEED FOR AN ADDITIONAL CAMERA TO BE SPONSORED, THEN I AM HAPPY TO CONTRIBUTE TO THIS CAUSE.
I WILL BE THERE IN JULY, SO WILL BE HAPPY TO DISCUSS THIS SHOULD THERE BE AN INTEREST TO HAVE ANOTHER CAMERA PLACED AT A STRATEGIC POINT ON THE PROPERTY.
KEEP WELL. TED.

Andrea Campbell
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Hi Ted! I am so glad you have enjoyed the blog. Another camera would be fantastic as I have so many ideas for potential projects and places to put them that having more than one would be amazing. We can chat in July and make a plan then. I look forward to it!

mj
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What a great idea.. Love the cam traps!

Judy B.
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Love seeing what the animals do when no one is looking. Great pictures. Thank you, Andrea!

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