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Tamboti 4:3 Female

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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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Stan Spiegel
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Brings back many fond memories. Working on our next visit.

Sandy Johnson
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Nicely done. What has happened to the fourth Majing male?

Senior Moment
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Great photos

Darlene Knott
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Absolutely beautiful pics, Callum. Thanks so much for sharing the photo of the leopard track too. So appreciated.

Mary Pollard
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So good to the Majingilane coalition back on Londolozi territory, long may they reign. Thank you for featuring them

Judy Guffey
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….excited to be back…. that’s good news.

Callum Gowar
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Thanks Judy! Maybe see you in December 😉

Gerhard F Burdzik
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Beautiful photos, Callum, of the wild animals, the tiny Cape Turtle dove chicks, the white and red Impala Lilies, the track of a Londolozi leopard, and additional wild animals such as a spotted hyena, the two zebras, and a giraffe eating leaves.

Warm regards,

Gerry Burdzik.

Callum Gowar
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Many thanks for your compliments Gerhard!

Michael Stern
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MAGICAL CALLUM !
Awesome photography.

Callum Gowar
Field Guide

Thanks Mike! Stay well friend!

Lea
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Nice blog Callum and thanks for the update on the lion dynamics. Interesting times ahead I think.

Callum Gowar
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Thanks very much Lea. Indeed, interesting times await…

Wendy Hawkins
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Beautiful pictures, especially the Sunrise & the Dove Chicks! The Majingi’s are really showing their age, especially the dark haired Male 🙂 Thank you Callum

Callum Gowar
Field Guide

Thank you Wendy!

Merrill Stern
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I’ve been reading the blogs everyday and loving them. But seeing yours was the best. Gorgeous pictures…they made me “homesick.” Welcome back to the magical land. We think of you and Freddy all the time.

Callum Gowar
Field Guide

Thank you Merrill! I miss you guys too, we had lots of fun! Hopefully see you again soon!

Nickolette Karabush
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Beautiful pictures! Thank you so much!

Callum Gowar
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Thank you for your kind words Nickolette!

Jill Larone
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Callus, great update and spectacular pictures! I’m hoping the Majingilane carry on for years to come yet.

Jill Larone
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Sorry Callum…iPhone predictive text error!

Callum Gowar
Field Guide

Many thanks Jill. I guess only time will tell…

Vin Beni
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Love that you included the lilies among the wonderful images you shared. Say hello to Freddie from us!

Callum Gowar
Field Guide

Thanks Vin. Hopefully see you guys soon.

Ann & Chris
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Great blog Callum! We think of you and Freddy often and hope to come back soon. Hope you went somewhere fun in the US. Chicago perhaps? We might have hung out 🙂

Rich Laburn
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Great set of pictures Cal, nice to see the Dark Manded Majingilane – he really is battle scarred. Has he been spending a lot of time on Londolozi as of late.?

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