Wild Eye Diaries Episode 16

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The Wild Eye Diaries will be posted every Friday and will include interviews, Q&A’s, from the field videos, video diaries and a whole lot more. The Wild Eye guides will take turns in hosting each episode so that you can get to know our entire dynamic guiding team!

We look forward to changing the way you see the world!

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Episode 16 hosted by Trevor McCall-Peat

This episode includes:

00:34 – Intro

03:01 – Michael chats about his Digital Photography Course and learning about the Olympus mirrorless camera

08:36 – Johan is currently at Tswalo and discusses why it is just a special safari destination

15:00 – Marlon shows us some of the magic that is South Luangwa

18:14 – Andrew has just returned from an incredible safari in Botswana and has put together some of the highlights from his trip

31:04 – Gerry is currently in Uganda and sends through his update on how the safari is going

 

In case you missed episodes 1-15, you can find them HERE

Thank you for watching this weeks episode of the Wild Eye Diaries, I hope you enjoyed the episode and if you have any questions or specific things you would like to see more of, drop us a comment below and we will look into it and assist you as best we can.

Until next time,

Trevor

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Trevor McCall-Peat

Having Grown up in White River which then was a small town in the Lowveld, I have had an inner burning desire to pursue my passion and love for wildlife. From a young age I was guided by my family who shares the same passion for the natural world as I do. Frequently visiting wilderness areas from a young age instilled a deep craving to explore and learn more about the bush. Once I left school I began my journey to becoming a guide and following my dream. I have been a field guide for the past 9 years, starting out in the Western Cape and then returning to the lowveld where I spent my last 4 years spend at Londolozi Game Reserve where I gained invaluable experience and had the opportunity to learn about myself as an individual. Through my love for wildlife it has kick started my passion for photography and has allowed me to grow and pursue it as a career. Combining an array of different elements such as safaris, photography, being one with nature and sharing experiences with others is something I have really enjoyed doing and looking forward to continuing it on this new and exciting chapter.

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