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Tom Imrie

Field Guide

Tom is the voice of wisdom, reason and logic on the Londolozi Ranging Team, as well as all the other facets that go hand-in-hand with being an intellectual far beyond the realm of most mere mortals. There are very few subjects under the ...

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Derek & Chris
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Any chance of any Blue Waxbills 19th to 24th Jan?
I’m getting worried as from “The Blog” it looks as if when we get there, everything will have been seen, and there will be nothing left to see???? However really looking forward to our visit, so stop the cubs from growing any larger.

Carol Robinson
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Special, thanks for sharing these beautiful birds with us.

Christy
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Love the bird news!!! Hope to hear and see more!:)

Nicholas
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My favourite type of reports! Great to see what you can come across at the right place and at the right time.

Jenifer Westphal
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These “stars” are adorable….thanks for sharing!

Michael Pazzani
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Thanks for the story and photos.

We recently saw an unusual bird for California, a pin-tailed whydah, which I could identify thanks to our visit to Londolozi.

Wendy Hawkins
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Thanks Tom. Its nice to see birds as “we humans” forget the feathered ones are just as beautiful as the furry ones, but a lot more colourful & sometimes more interesting!
Congratulations again on winning Guide of the Year, well deserved 🙂

TinaGreeff
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Your selection of birds were great!Some of these birds are very difficult to see.Please add more of these in future – sure lots of people will enjoy them

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