Year in the Wild Blog


Posts with tag Cederberg

Wild Magazine – July 2014 – Megan Murgatroyd and Verreaux’s Eagles

During my last few years of exploring Southern Africa's protected areas, I've spent time with some special people who have inspired me enormously. One of them is Meg Murgatroyd, who did her PhD on the imperious Black Eagle (yes, I know the new name is Verreaux's Eagle, but the former just sounds better!). Meg spent three years in the Cederberg mountains of the Western Cape, hiking every square kilometre, during icy winters and searing summers, mostly on her own. Her goal? To find as many black
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YITW 2013-14 – Cederberg Wilderness Area – Megan Murgatroyd and black eagles

From Anysberg, where I spent some time with jackal and caracal researcher Marine Drouilly (read my blog here), I headed to Cederberg.

My friend Megan Murgatroyd (originally from the UK) has just finished her three-year study of the Cederberg's black eagles - now known as Verreaux's eagles. When I first started my Year in the Wild expeditions, Read more »

Getaway Magazine – March 2012 – Cederberg Wilderness Area

My fifth Year in the Wild feature article for Getaway Magazine, on the Cederberg Wilderness Area, nine pages in length. (1.8MB size).

Wild Magazine – March 2012 – Richtersveld National Park quiver tree article and Cedar tree photo

As part of a feature on African trees, Wild Magazine published a little article of mine (on the Richtersveld's iconic Quiver Trees) as well as one of my photos of the mysterious and endangered Cedar trees in the Cederberg Wilderness Area.

Leisure Wheels Magazine – February 2012 – Cederberg Wilderness Area and Table Mountain National Park

My second Year in the Wild article for Leisure Wheels Magazine, published in the February 2012 issue, on the Cederberg Wilderness Area, and Table Mountain National Park.

Tourism Tattler – November 2011 – Cover Feature Article

A cover feature on my Year in the Wild journey, published in the trade journal Tourism Tattler. A great cover shot of the Wolfberg Arch in the Cederberg Wilderness Area, as well as an article inside the magazine. (1MB size).