Suthers, awesome shots.
Is your reference to the Dudley River Bank Female or Nottens? Did anyone get a photo?
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The Prides, Leaps, Herds, Clans, Dazzles, Journeys, Crashes and Packs have made this week an unforgettable one. So much action and so much suspense. Tracking for hours, birding late into the morning and enjoying a cold dip in a plunge pool during what has become one of the hottest days this Summer. This week has seen the Mhangeni Pride kill a young Hippo, the Pack of Wild Dogs make Londolozi their base, with their 6 new pups, the Nanga female and her 1 remaining cub ever present, massive herds of Elephants roaming the river, a Young Male Leopard (The Torchwood male, named North of our property) still around and providing great game viewing, our oldest Leopardess surprised us with her presence, a new Hyena den with 1 small cub and incredible birding. What a week it has been! I hope you enjoy the pictures, a small sneak peek into our daily lives out here on Londolozi.
Written and Photographed by: Mike Sutherland
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James, thanks very much! It was referring to the Nottens Female. She was seen this week, I think Lucien may have gotten some pics! will see if we can share a couple!