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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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Marinda Drake
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Great photos Andrea. Awesome sighting of the striped kingfisher. So good to have you back in the driver’s seat.

Blair S
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Wow Little bush and her cub are quite abit further north than usual. Her cub is Camp Pans granddaughter she is the daughter of Makhotini.

David Bourceraud
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Great photos Andrea so happy you’re back on game drive !!! You’re lucky because the view from your office is beautiful than mine but it’s nice to share with us. An hour with a large herd of elephants (as in Motswari) in October where do I sign ??? Don’t forget the dogs and caracal… I look forward the next posts and photos! D.

Ian Hall
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Andrea,
Some cracking photos- needless to say the Kingfisher is one of my favourites.

Best wishes

Andrea Campbell
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Thanks Ian! I had a wonderful sighting of a Pied Kingfisher this morning so will hopefully have a few more shots to share soon!

Barbara Lewitt
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These photos…of the many I have seen on this wonderful blog,are among the tops ! Love being transported to Londolozi on a daily basis. Thank You one and all for carrying me on a magic carpet to my favorite camp.

barbara
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I especially liked the lions and rhinos as well as your previous birds of prey. many thanks for the vicarious sightings.

RADHEESH
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Hi Andrea, noted the spot on the middle of the rosettes with Piva (the pic on this post) and compared with Adam Bannister’s post on Jaguars vs. Leopards and the comment on the spot in the middle. Sending this on my phone before I have time to compare! Cheers , Radheesh

Andrea Campbell
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Thanks Radheesh, please let us know what you find in the comparison!

Dave Mills
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Absolutely stunning photos. You’re a real pro as photographer, ranger, and, apparently, office person.

Janice Riley
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Fantastic shot of the striped kingfisher. Amazing scene with the lions and rhino by the watering hole. Londolozi seems to have many leopards. Great to see you back on the road. We will settle for the eRoad version of a safari for now.

Brian C
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I enjoyed the very interesting rhino-lion interaction. Also it was a pleasure to see the tiny but feisty Little Bush female with her cub. I have followed her a bit on Sabi-Sabi reserve. Nice to see her venture onto Londolozi too!
Finally, the photo of the seldom seen Maliliwane cub -or now Maliliwane Young female– was awesome. She must be nearly a year and a half. Good to see another little leopardess growing up!

Andrea Campbell
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Thanks Brian. We were in the very southern part of our reserve when we saw the Little Bush female, which is close on Sabi Sabi boundary.

gwyn b
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Thank you…wonderful to return to the bush via your photographs…

Wendy Hawkins
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Thank you Andrea, the pic of the terrapin on the hippo’s back is cute, especially the front one with his back legs spread 🙂 I also looked twice when I saw you mention Little Bush as I know she is seen more on the Sabi Sabi side – she’s widening her “scope” 🙂 Have a lovely week

Susan Strauss
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Phenomenal photos, Andrea

Andrea Campbell
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Thanks so much Susan!

Kit Boey
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beautiful pictures which only increases our excitement and anticipation in being there – in 5 day’s time!! hope to meet you then. 🙂

Norberto
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Just can’t wait to see these beauties in person. Great job with the pictures.

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