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Sean Zeederberg

Field Guide

As a young boy growing up on an agricultural farm in Zimbabwe, Sean spent every opportunity entertaining himself outdoors, camping in the local nature reserve and learning about all facets of the natural world. After completing a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental ...

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on The Week in Pictures #321

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Marinda Drake
Master Tracker

Incredible pics this week Sean. Love all the hippo images and the black crake.

Sean Zeederberg
Field Guide

Thank you so much Marinda, I am glad you enjoyed them.

Wonderful photos, Sean!

Sean Zeederberg
Field Guide

Thank you Christa !

Evelina Scali
Explorer

We cannot live anymore without your pics…. tks a lot ! what a beautiful history of Africa ……………

Sean Zeederberg
Field Guide

Evelina, I am glad we form such a big part of your life through what we can share with you here

Jenifer Collins
Explorer

What I love most about your “Week in Pictures” is, with a simple click on your portal, I immediately feel transported from the start of my busy Friday morning, magically landing in the beauty that is Londolozi. I could feel the excitement of looking up and seeing Leopards playing in the rain, feel peace in seeing the splendor of the sunset lighting on a pond of hippos, and I still wear a smile imaging the happiness of young elephants rolling in a pan on a humid afternoon. Thank you for this reprieve, I will carry the joy I feel with me all day.

Sean Zeederberg
Field Guide

It is so nice that we can share what is happening in our lives with you in such an easy and entertaining way. Getting your Friday off to a great start ahead of the weekend, I hope you carry that joy right the way through and into next week.

Callum Evans
Guest contributor

Those photos of the hippos and the black crake are just incredible!! That hyena facing the wild dogs was also incredible, and the timing on the shot of the Tamboti Female is superb (it looks like she dropped on her cubs head)!! Also, was the lions kill a wildebeest or a nyala?

Sean Zeederberg
Field Guide

Thank you so much Callum.
It was so entertaining watching the leopards play and the Tamboti female had stalked her cub, pounced and pretty much landed right on top of her cub. So got the timing perfect!
The kill was a male nyala.

Darlene Knott
Senior Digital Ranger

Wow, Sean, absolutely stunning photos! And loved reading about how the rain made for a mesmerizing afternoon. Lucky you and your guests! I would not be able to pick out my favorite pic in this group, just too many great shots! Thanks for sharing!

Sean Zeederberg
Field Guide

Thank you so much Darlene, it truely was a mesmerising afternoon. One where if we had not seen a single animal it still would have been such an amazing afternoon drive. Then we had the leopard antics just to put a cherry on the top, we were so lucky.

Wendy Hawkins
Senior Digital Ranger

Oh Sean you have made my day! These pictures are amazing, especially the little ellies in the mudbath & the hippo caught mid chew – just so wonderful, thank you. Have a great weekend

Sean Zeederberg
Field Guide

Hi Wendy, it makes me so happy that I could make your day with these pictures. They were all from such special sightings and I am happy I can share them with you.
Thank you so much and I hope you have a lovely weekend too.

Mary Beth Wheeler
Guest contributor

Some lovely images, Sean! The golden light in the hippo pool and the cool blue water in the elephant pond especially stand out to me.

Btw, what is the parentage of the Ingrid Dam female?

James Tyrrell
Photographic Guide/Media Team

Mary Beth we don’t know. She’s a relatively unknown entity and we have no idea about her lineage. Kinda cool in a way…

Sean Zeederberg
Field Guide

Thank you so much Mary Beth.

How many cubs does the Tamboti Female have? This was such a lovely post to read.

Sean Zeederberg
Field Guide

Hi Guy, thank you so much.
She has just got the one cub left. Sadly she lost her second cub a few months ago.

Penny Tainton
Explorer

“There really is no better place to be…” What magnificent pictures. Thank you for bringing your world to us.

Lachlan Fetterplace
Digital Ranger

Great photos as usual. Are my eyes deceiving me or are there actually 7 wild dogs in that pack?

Sian Impey
Explorer

Your photo’s are magnificent

Michael & Terri Klauber
Digital Tracker

Sean, Love this WIP! Especially the young elephants in the water. Amazing to see hyenas and wild dogs in the same frame too! Thanks!

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