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Recent guest and long-time friend of Londolozi was back for another visit a couple of weeks ago. With Ranger Sandros Sihlangu and tracker Ecskon Sithole, who between them boast a combined total of over 50 years bush experience, he was in position to take some great shots during his stay.
Here are some of his highlights:
A fantastic abstract shot of a giraffe straightening up from drinking.
The gory aftermath of a wild dog kill.
One of the Tsalala cubs, looking scruffy, perches atop a boulder in the Manyelethi.
Joined by one of the adult lionesses, one of the cubs watches the movements of an nyala bull over the river.
Covered in blood, one of the Mhangeni cubs finishes off its meal.
The Mashaba female after a territorial scuffle with the recently named Nhlanguleni female (previously the Tutlwa young female from the 2011 litter), who is technically her niece.
A tiny Jacana chick finds it’s feet on the lilies of Maddies Dam
Beautiful evening light illuminates the Vomba young male leopard.
Growing in stature and confidence everyday, we wonder how long it will be before his father, the Marthly male, forces him out of the area.
A glance back through the leaves
An uncommon sight of a hippo out of the water during daylight hours, on the rocks in front of camp.
Wild dogs regroup after a hunt.
Full bellies mean a satisfied pack.
The Tsalala Pride descends from their boulder-top vantage point.
The sun sets on another magical day at Londolozi.
Wild dog sightings are always very special as they roam large areas and it’s always a surprise as to when they’re going to visit us next.
Watch the video footage below that features a wild dog biting a hyena on the nose!
Born in Boksburg , grew up in Benoni matriculated at Benoni High , went to Medical School at Wits.Married for 44 years.I am a cardiologist and practice full -time.My love for the bush first started after a Standard 5 school trip to the ...