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|Tracking at Entabeni|
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The choice was actually easy. Lee was giving his students a tracking assessment in at the weekend so I could spend the weekend at his lodge writing, pottering about photographing things with lots of legs or no legs at all, or joining the students in their lectures and tracking sessions. Lee runs Entabeni Nature Guide Training. I give the Spider and Scorpion weekends which his students go through. Lee offers FGASA accredited 25 day and 6 month courses. He is author and an authority in numerous fields including Tracking, wild flowers and animal behaviour. Lee and I share a passion for the smaller things that many overlook. He wrote The Bushveld, a Comprehensive Guide to the Waterberg. A whopping thousand plus pages on all aspects of the Waterberg. It’s incredible to be around someone who knows so much and is so passionate about what he does. He also operates in a Big 5 reserve so there are plenty of opportunities to bump into large cantankerous animals that want to eat you or stomp on you. Time spent with Lee is always full of surprises.
Lee has really given me direction in what I do. A couple of years ago I knew where I wanted to go with my Spiders and Scorpions, but the question was how? I’m pretty unique in what I do. My courses have developed through feedback from Lee and others into something very special and unique. This has allowed me to get where I am, Scorpion King!, known for my sometimes an obsessive appreciation, love, compulsion and excitement for all creatures especially when they have 8 legs . Of course there was a lot of hard work in between. But I can hardly call following my passion hard work!