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Mara-Serengeti: A Photographers Paradise by Jonathan Scott

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Q&A: Jonathan and Angela Scott

Jonathan Scott born in London is an English zoologist, wildlife photographer and television presenter specializing in African wildlife. Jonathan and his wife Angela, who is also an award winning wildlife photographer, have a permanent base at Governor's Camp in the Maasai Mara National Game Reserve in southwest Kenya. They live in the suburb of Langata close to Nairobi National Park. Much of their work focuses on big cats , though they also enjoy spending time with the Maasai herdsmen and their families who live in the area surrounding the Maasai Mara. Jonathan travelled overland from London to Johannesburg in and has lived in Africa ever since. Jonathan was resident naturalist at Mara River Camp from to and then at Kichwa Tembo Camp from to

Sacred Nature is an evocative title. AS: I feel the discontent that is happening in the world today is because people have become disconnected from the force of nature. If you think about it, the people that you know, when times are difficult, they go for a walk in the woods, they seek out a green space. Wherever you are in the world, everyone has a park, everybody has a tree, everybody has some flowers they can put on the kitchen table. Most people are disconnected; they live in concrete buildings with air conditioning and heating, and no contact with nature. JS: Other life has been shut out.

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