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Pete Thorpe

Alumni Ranger

Pete was a Field Guide for Londolozi for 4 years, contributing to the blog as a fantastic writer as well as photographer. Right from his very first bush trip at the age of four, Pete was always enthralled by this environment. Having grown ...

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Amazi g sighting. The causeway is one of my favourite places to stop. Always something interesting happening there.

Pete, I loved the video🤗

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Interesting blog, thank you Pete

Isn’t it amazing that even small creatures can capture our attention, just the same as watching wild dogs on the chase. This is why I love observing all that nature gives us. Thank you for this interesting blog.

Such a neat sighting and a nice change from the typical sightings (why I also love, of course).

What an interesting encounter. I think it’s great that one can observe such a large number of water animals from your causeway. It really is a hive of activity and one also watch so many birds! A great video.

Oh wow Pete, you grabbed some great shots of that! Poor crab – circle of life round and round we go. I am always mesmerized by what I see at the causeway!

So interesting Pete. So nice to spend time with the smaller yet so important species that make up the whole. Really enjoyed your blog 🙏❤️

Thanks Pete, remarkable footage and very interesting. The causeway is definitely one of my favourite places too.

Wow Pete! So fascinating!!

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Great pics and story! It would be so wonderful to sit on a rock near the river, and just enjoy all the activities going on around you by creatures great and small! Pure bliss!

Great find Pete! Video, although brief, was awesome. Also incredible was finding the lizard similarly situated again the next day.

Now that’s a bizarre sighting!!

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