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Andrea Campbell

Field Guide

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 Part 2

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Marinda Drake
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Amazing images. Love the porcupine, civet and genet, as they are hardly seen in the day. Great to see the nocturnal animals.

Kim Sams
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Love them all! Please keep sharing!

Mary Beth Wheeler
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How fun, Andrea! It’s like being a spy! Great job!

Diane Phillips
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I have a camera trap in Africa and the pictures that are sent to me are incredible. Seeing so much that only happens at night. Thank you for sharing your pictures with us.

Andrea Campbell
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Hi Diane. Where is your camera trap? In which country and area and what are the main species you are capturing? I find this field very exciting.

David Bourceraud
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Thanks Andrea for this selection. All the photos are great but I especially like the possible Pangolin because this animal is one of my favorites and in this image there is a touch of mystery… The camera trap is a success and I look forward to the part 3 !!!

Andrea Campbell
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Thanks David! I think the image is as mysterious as the animal itself.

Judy B.
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Great photos, Andrea. I look forward to seeing more!

Elaine Newman
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I love the leopard with spots blurred by motion except for one foreleg whuch didn’t move within the time frame of the photograph

Wendy Hawkins
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Wow I bet Tracker Academy will be happy re the Meller’s Mongoose. The White tailed Mongoose is also an exciting citing. The Pangolin, I will have to believe you 🙂 but blurred or not, its nice to see all these not often seen. Thanks Andrea 🙂

Andrea Campbell
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Alex and his team are so pleased! I have left the camera trap in the same place for a while longer to see whether we can get a better shot of the Meller’s Mongoose and the Pangolin! Thanks for the comment Wendy!

Jill Grady
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Wow, it’s great how many different animals your camera trap managed to capture Andrea! I especially like the ones of the Civet and the Genet since I have never seen either of these animals before! I can’t wait to see what images you capture next!

Andrea Campbell
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Thanks Jill! I’m glad you enjoy the civet and genet images, they are two animals I get so excited seeing on evening drive.

Janice Riley
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Fantastic images. Such a variety of wildlife passing by. On our visit, we challenged you to find a Pangolin Andrea and you did it!

Andrea Campbell
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Hi Janice. I think you may be confusing me with Andrea Sithole, the tracker? Was your ranger Greg Pingo? If so they are an amazing team, especially if they managed to find you one of our elusive pangolins! Glad you enjoy the pics though!

Janice Riley
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Hi Andrea
I don’t think I am confusing you but don’t expect you to remember us. You were the guide for Paul and me at Savanna Private Game Reserve Sabi Sands but were about to leave for another position. Nelson Mandella died on my birthday whilst we were there. Significant day! You told us about your blog and in looking for it, I found you at Londolozi. I have been obsessed with the Londolozi website ever since and love the information, photographs and stories. Maybe we will get there one day. Your position as Landcare Assistant sounds interesting. Keep up the fascinating work.

Andrea Campbell
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Hi Janice. Of course I remember you. It was just before I left Savanna. Apologies for the confusion, I thought you meant you had visited Londolozi. Thank you for your comments on my blog as well. Are you planning a trip anytime soon? It would be fantastic to drive you here at Londolozi!

Janice Riley
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Am trying to save the pennies to come to Londolozi. In the meantime I will just continue to drool over the wonderful newsletter and website. Keep looking after the place and all those wonderful species. X

TED SWINDON
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HI ANDREA,
GREAT SHOTS, SUCH A GOOD IDEA AS HAVE ALREADY ARTICULATED TO YOU.
WE WILL CHAT WHEN I AM THERE IN JULY, SO PLEASE MAKE A NOTE IN YOUR DIARY FOR US TO MEET. (15TH TO 26TH)
KIND REGARDS,
TED.

Andrea Campbell
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Thanks so much Ted, I look forward to our chat in July.

Norberto
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Nice pictures. Please keep sharing.

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