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Kevin Power

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Kevin hails from the small town of George, but we try not to hold that against him... After obtaining a Bachelor of Commerce degree in Finance at the University of Stellenbosch, Kev realised that town life wasn't for him for the moment, and ...

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Blair S
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Great too see some pics of Makhotini Camp Pans son. What name is the Ntoma female called further west ( I imagine you mean Singita)?

Kevin Power
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Hi Blair. Yes I was referring to Singita, she is is also known as Ntoma on their property.

Rosie
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Nice one Kevin, I like the way you give a precis of the sighting, and name the animal under each photo. Also appreciative that you give the Matimbas their proper name and haven’t changed it like another reserve has. Great pictures of Hairybelly Matimba by the way !

Marinda Drake
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Stunnimg pics this week Kevin. Love the new female leopard, she is beautiful. Great pic with the buffalo.

Judy B.
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Beautiful photos, Kevin. Larry and I can’t wait to get back to Londolozi in August. We hope to see you then.

Judy Boch

Kevin Power
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Thanks very much Judy, looking forward to having you and Larry back with us.

Ezequiel Almada
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Great pictures, once again. And it’s great to see Makhotini again, he’s one of my favourites.
A question about the Matimbas. Has Ginger been seen? Because from the latest updates only Hairy belly is mentioned.

Kevin Power
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Hi Ezequiel. Thanks very much for the comment. We have been seeing both of the Matimba males over the past week, they are both looking very healthy and in great condition.

NCJen
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Nice color this week..Loved seeing the cheetah against the blue sky..and the leopards coats are amazing..That little giraffe with filled cheeks was precious looking over the top!! Cannot be too cautious! Thanks

Debra
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Great pictures!! Evan and I had the BEST time with you and Ray! Can’t believe all the amazing things we saw. In case you didn’t hear from Phillip, that mystery bird we saw next to the violet-backed starling was….a female/juv violet-backed starling! Go figure!

Kevin Power
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Thanks so much Debra, was great having you and Evan with us. Im sure you recognise a few of the pictures from the sightings we had this past week. Thank you for that update, I knew we were going to “kick” ourselves with that bird I.D 🙂

Jill Grady
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Beautiful pictures and great blog Kevin. The Rhino calf is so cute! How is the little Mashaba cub doing? Thanks for a great week in pictures — I loved them all!

Kevin Power
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Thanks very much Jill, the Mashaba female and her cub are both doing very well, both of them are looking fit and healthy.

Cynthia House
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Just wonderful photos that I look forward to every week.

Bader
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Is the Makotini male the same Leopard refered to as Maxabeni in property to your south?

Blair S
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Yes he is

Kim Beasley
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Great pics!!! I really enjoyed them, and the informative narrative for each one. Love the bird…really beautiful; the new leopard is stunning; and the Matimba male is something!!! Thank you!

Wendy Hawkins
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Stunning thank you Kevin

Sherri
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Fantastic pics Kevin…Really love seeing the pics of HB Matimba, would be nice to see some of Ginger aswell.
Keep up the great work 🙂

janie hansen
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I remember seeing that Matimba male, his coat is so distinctive and you got a wonderful shot of him. Thanks for explaining more about lion behavior. I particularly love the the sceme of the hyenas. Fascinating and illusive during out trip. Keep an eye out for the honey badger!

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