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MEGAN EMMETT has worked as a researcher, photographer and assistant producer in the wildlife television industry producing documentaries for channels such as National Geographic and Animal Planet, and as a field guide in the private safari industry in the greater Kruger Park. She is also a nationally accredited field guide's trainer and assessor. Megan contributes regularly to magazines such as Africa Geographic. SEAN PATTRICK is an accredited Theta / FGASA guide's trainer and assessor. After years of experience living and working in the African bush, Sean became an accomplished photographer. He is a versatile artist equally at home hanging from a helicopter shooting elephant and rhino captures, tracking the Big Five for photographic safaris and collaborating with magazine journalists for foreign or local publication commissions.
Rangers are the waitrons of the private safari industry young and personable but overworked, underpaid and reliant on tips. So while seeing Kruger guided by a beardless wonder who likes to impress the ladies with his rifle is one option, another is to buy this book and do it yourself. With all the information game rangers learn during their initial studies, including the intimate habits of everything from aardvarks to zebras, this fantastic colour-coded guide will allow wildlife enthusiasts to wow friends and family with their broad knowledge of the geology of the Lowveld, its animals, insects, plants and tracking. Emmett knows her stuff, having worked as a field guide in Kruger and as a researcher and writer for wildlife TV shows such as 50/50.