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Piva 3:2 Male

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James Souchon

Field Guide

James started his guiding career at the world-renowned Phinda Game Reserve, spending four years learning about and showing guests the wonder of the incredibly rich biodiversity that the Maputaland area of South Africa has to offer. Having always wanted to guide in the ...

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on Photographic Journal: Chasing the Beautiful and the Small

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Dina
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Congratulations to you all , I must admit that I’m a bit jealous!

James Souchon
Field Guide

Hi Dina, we will get you the 600mm lens next year when you come back! I hope you are well.

Cyndi
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What a wonderful collection og photos. Thanks for sharing it with ud.

James Souchon
Field Guide

Thanks Cyndi, its our pleasure!

Senior Moment
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Really good photos. If that was me, I would be very pleased. One of the stand out features of Londolozi is that the rangers understand photography.

James Souchon
Field Guide

Hi Ian, thanks a lot. We are incredibly spoilt when it comes to the photographic opportunities here.

sasha
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are the majingilanes here to be with the mhangeni pride and are all of them here and where are the matimba boys ?

James Souchon
Field Guide

Hi Sasha, the Majingilane males are seen on regular occasion with the Mhangeni pride in the western parts of Londolozi with the majority of their territory lying to the west of our boundary. The Matimba males are seen regularly in the central and northern parts of the reserve.

Liam
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Wonderful pictures! Can’t wait to be back next year.

James Souchon
Field Guide

Thanks Liam, looking forward to having you back!

Lea
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Magnificent photos of the World’s most precious animals. Thank you for sharing.

James Souchon
Field Guide

Our pleasure Lea , glad you enjoyed them!

Angela and Ed
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James, all of the photos, yours, Etienne’s and ours come across beautifully. It was wonderful to work with you both and with Richard who found such great viewing opportunities. We are already thinking about joining you all again to see Londolozi in another season. Thank you for eight of the best days we have ever had. We will be following your blog until we see you again. Warmest wishes, Angela and Ed.

Lori
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James, James
Good to see you still have that passion for your bird spotting. Sadly I didn’t appreciate them enough on our trip , will have to come back with a greater appreciation. 😜

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