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The past week has brought some great opportunities and sightings in the field. The last couple of days have been fairly chilly with slight rain. Having said that there has been huge excitement not only from the guides and guests but for the animals too. The clearings are scattered with new born impalas and the trees full of migrant birds chirping away and one or two of the first born wildebeest calves (very early for the season).
Although there has been rain it has also brought a lot of activity from the animals especially predators.
I hope you all enjoy this Week in Pictures…
The Scar Nose male walks defiantly towards us
The Mashaba Female scans the veld for impala lambs
A zebra stands out with its black and white coat against the variegated greens of the bushveld.
A gentle stare from the Tsalala young male
Scavenger of the Sky: A White-Backed Vulture
Ears alert as the Scar Nose male hears the distant call of a rival male
I had some fun capturing the reflection of these two rhinos
The boughs of a marula tree beautifully frame the Tutlwa Female
A three-banded plover
A late afternoon yawn before heading out for the evening hunt
A piercing look from one of the Sparta young males
Shadows fall creating a dappled light on the coat of a leopard
One of a few wild dog sightings we have seen this week.
The Dark Mane Majingilane male strides towards us on an early morning patrol
The mood of a photograph is often created through an animals eyes.
Written and Photographed by: Trevor Ryan McCall-Peat
Trevor joined Londolozi from Balule Game Reserve, and with this head start in guiding, he was up and running in no time as a Londolozi Ranger. Trevor has a unique style in photography, capturing images from fresh angles that most wouldn’t see. This ...