Taking to the air…
4 November 2015
4 November 2015
Dr Louise de Waal from Green Girls in Africa visited us during October, faced her fears and managed to take spot (and get some great shots) of local species for #iSpySomethingWild as well. She concludes “it is the closest I have ever felt to being a bird. Soaring between cliffs, over gorges and waterfalls, high above the “canopy”, a bird’s-eye view of the natural world in the truest sense of the word is without doubt one of the most thrilling and at the same time mesmerizing experiences ever.”
Music to our nature loving ears! To read more about her experience, click here.
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