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Michael Harmon

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Michael found his first Londolozi track as a sophomore in college when he picked up Boyd Varty’s Cathedral of the Wild. In it, Michael saw a place that embodied his childhood fascination with the culture and warmth of Africa and knew he had ...

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Denise Vouri
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Life is good and then made even better by spending time in the bush…… the calmness, natural beauty and the surprises viewed each day- priceless!

Joan Schmiidt
Digital Tracker

Michael, where can we hear the talk that Shaun gave

Michael Harmon
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Hi Joan – the only place to hear Shaun’s talk is in the Londolozi village, but it’s definitely TED-worthy!

Carolyn Whitaker
Senior Digital Ranger

Beautiful post, Michael. I look forward to checking out these books by Dr. Sacks.

Vin Beni
Guest contributor

Definite sense of oneness with nature when you’re out on a drive and stop.

Terre08
Explorer

Beautifully written, nature is my religion as well. One day I will go on a guided safari, I am retiring in 2-3 years and then it is time to visit southern Africa with my cameras.

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Per S.

Bob and Lucie Fjeldstad
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You are definitely angling for James Tyrell’s literally philosopher job!!!😊

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