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Nicole Nisbet
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Absolutely incredible photos. Magical time of the year in the bush!

rangerdiaries.com
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As always Talley, brilliant narrative, loved the pics

Sheena
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Thanks for taking us with you Talley through your camera lens and words …. good weekend to the wonderful blog team – and tomorrow, happy St Patrick’s Day, to anyone with a drop of Irish blood in their veins!!!
A year ago, Varty Camp deck, 5.30 a.m, on St Paddy’s day, there stood our Ranger, Byron, wearing a tam o’shanter hat with fake red hair – a sight for sore eyes and almost the wildest beast we saw that day! There is never a dull moment at Londolozi – wonderful memories ….

Rich Laburn
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I have no doubt he is still one of the wildest beasts you have seen! Cant believe it’s been a year already. When are you coming back for another visit Sheena? rich

Sheena
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Thanks to you guys I am transported back each time I look at the blog – fingers crossed we can make it back soon…..

Vin
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I know you’ve probably heard of this, but yeah, Mr. T is dead to the Southern Lion males. 🙁

Rich Laburn
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Hi Vin, yes we have heard. Sad news but such is the life of wild lions. rich

Devin Kopan
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RIP Mr T. I”m surprised that Makulu & Pretty Boy ran instead of fighting. How old are the Southern males?

Geri Potter
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Lovely pictures, AGAIN, Talley! You are an amazing photographer! Details are a wonder to me…so the flower, is it part of a bush, or is it a vine? Five petals…. seems it could have been a transport from the floods, but if it is annual or perennial hard to say, but WOULD LOVE to know!! This is how nature goes! Thanks for sharing!

David Dampier
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Awesome post Tal, nice change from the big animals we are all usually guilty of focussing on!

Marc Shilleto
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This was undoubtedly the best week in pictures segment iv ever seen,was so great to see it from an on foot perspective and to see all the different animals tracks was amazing,very well done!

Jacqui Hemphill
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Loved this post….

inchara
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nice pictures I have no doubt he is still one of the wildest beasts you have seen!

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