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Posts with tag Wild Magazine

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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Wild Magazine – April 2014 – Richtersveld National Park

Beyond the rugged and remote campsites and chalets, a jaw-dropping world awaits in the Richtersveld. Make the most of this fine wilderness destination by venturing where few go. Read my feature article in the Autumn edition of Wild Magazine.

Wild Magazine – Winter 2013 – Augrabies Falls National Park

Wild Magazine used my photo of Augrabies Falls as an opener for their "Parks that break the journey" feature...thanks to Riaan Vermeulen for the awesome designs.

Wild Magazine – Winter 2013 – Addo Elephant National Park

I didn't write this article on Addo (my friend Stephen Cunliffe was the author), but some of my photos appear prominently, including the opening spread of the elephants, and a double-collared sunbird. Thanks to Riaan Vermeulen for the awesome design, as always.

Wild Magazine – Autumn 2013 – Karoo Parks

On a recent trip for an article in Wild Magazine through the Great and Little Karoo regions of South Africa, I visited four of the best protected areas in this semi-arid region. Karoo National Park, Mountain Zebra National Park, Read more »

Karoo in January? And lions!

I’ve recently returned from the Karoo region of South Africa, where I was researching and photographing an article for Wild Magazine.  My short road trip took me to Karoo National Park, Mountain Zebra National Park, Read more »