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Callum Gowar

Field Guide

Growing up in Cape Town, the opposite end of South Africa from its main wildlife areas, didn't slow Callum down when embarking on his ranger training at Londolozi at the start of 2015. He had slowly begun moving north-east through the country anyway, ...

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Mary Beth Wheeler
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Nice blog, excellent photos, Callum! Still looking for Two Tones?

Valerie
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Incredible week of pictures…love it!

Sally
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Love the sentiment with that last photo. True Londolozi family.

Mike Ryan
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Callum some great pictures giving James a run for his money 🙂 I have been doing my own lion tracking at my desk in London. You spoke about the lion Dynamics but need more detail. FYI the two Matimbas are still very far north of you at Imbali and have not met up with the remaining “Northern Matimba” who is even further North at Manteleti. Majingilani west at Leopard Hills. Any signs of the 3 Young Tsalala Males ?

Les Moodie
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Amazing photographs!

Judy Guffey
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“Knowledgeable, holistic, and ethical.” And modest, quiet, lovable…..Freddy Ngobeni!

Judy Boch
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Amazingly beautiful photos, Callum!

Majingapogo
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Lion dynamics were mentioned in the introduction but were non-existent in the main blog. Last weeks blog wasn’t particularly detailed on lion dynamics either, it would be nice if you would include lion dynamics in more detail because they are the most interesting aspect of a safari for many and you miss them out? Why is that? What is your agenda? Lions dynamics are far more interesting than the dynamics of literally all the other animals put together.

James Tyrrell
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Dear Majingpogo.
There have been no significant developments in the lion dynamics for a while now.
As soon as something happens, we shall be sure to report it.
P.S. I like your handle. I take it you favour neither coalition?
Regards

Lea
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A really nice blog and beautiful photos. Nice that you showcased Freddie. The Londolozi Family are truly beautiful people. Thanks Callum.

Call me Noah - Ark, ark.
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Hey Majingapogo, I don’t find lions the “most interesting”, by far, but I wouldn’t suggest I speak for “many”, just me. And, although lions are pretty special, “more interesting than all the other animals put together”? Relax.

Mike Pribram
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My wife and I had the privilege and honour of having Callum as our ranger and Freddie as our tracker during our stay at Londolozi. These two gentlemen, both quiet, unassuming and extremely knowledgeable, are a perfect example of how a team can work quietly and efficiently together, help each other and so made our days in Londolozi a roaring success and unforgettable. Hopefully, they can continue to work together for as long as possible and so allow many more guests to enjoy the beauty of the animals, birds and nature in Londolozi.

Majingapogo
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Dear James,
That’s right, I do not favour either coalition, only interested in their lives and dynamics.
Thanks

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