Magangwe Camp

Nov 2006-?

New Photos

In 2006, the camp where Sue lived on the banks of the Great Ruaha River was drastically changed by the falling of a tree, right onto her kitchen. The tree had been a major feature of the camp, providing shade and attracting many birds. Without it, the location just wasn't the same. Sue and her partner, Rob Glen, with the permission of the park, decided to relocate to a more remote part of Ruaha National Park called Magangwe. Here are photos from the new camp.


Construction started in November 2006


Sue's new living quearters


Camp in the wet season


The rebuilt kitchen


Solar panels for computers, radios, and refrigerator


Rob on the track from his camp to Sue's


Rob relaxing in camp


Camp visitors


More camp visitors


Sue's studio


Sue's tools and works in progress


Sue's works in progress


Sue at work in her studio


The view from Sue's studio


Sue at work


Getting around in the wet season


Sue

Recently Added Photos (Feb 2008)


View from Sue's tent January 2008


Eulophia Ground Orchid


Gladioli in the foreground


Small Orange Gladioli


Ruaha's Gladioli


Longihorn

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