The Week in Pictures #259 | Londolozi Blog

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Nhlanguleni 3:2 Female

Nhlanguleni 3:2 Female

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James Souchon

Field Guide

James started his guiding career at the world-renowned Phinda Game Reserve, spending four years learning about and showing guests the wonder of the incredibly rich biodiversity that the Maputaland area of South Africa has to offer. Having always wanted to guide in the ...

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Guido,Dina
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hi James , fantastic pictures again ,.
By the way did the weak 3 rd youngster of the hyena we have seen die or is she still alive??

James Souchon
Field Guide

Hi Dina and Guido, It was seen again a few days ago so it seems to be doing ok. I hope you are both well.

Ange Wallace
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Awesome blog, James! I love waking up and checking out a little of what is going on WAY over there! Week in Pictures is my favourite. Thanks for sharing!!! Gorgeous shots.

Greeting from Canada. Only a sciff of snow so far and a balmy -3C.

James Souchon
Field Guide

Hi Ange, Thanks very much. Good to hear from you! Please send my best to the rest of the family and I hope everyone is doing well.

Sri
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Thanks. Absolutely love the posts. Keep them coming.

James Souchon
Field Guide

Hi Sri, will definitely do that! Glad you enjoy them.

Bev Goodlace
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Wonderful to hear the news of Andrea’s sighting of the first Impala lamb of the season. Thanks for sharing your beautiful photographs – so looking forward to being there next weekend. Cannot wait.

James Souchon
Field Guide

Hi Bev, lots to look forward to! See you next weekend!

Jill Larone
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Beautiful pictures James! The little Impala lamb is so cute — let’s hope he stays safe! It’s really great to see everything green and the Sand River flowing again and the animals starting to look healthier and less stressed.

James Souchon
Field Guide

Hi Jill, still hoping for some more rain but the bush is transforming daily.

Francis Daisy janssen
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Just beautiful. Thank you

James Souchon
Field Guide

Thanks Francis

MJ
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Love seeing the changes the summer brings to the bush! Thank you for sharing.

James Souchon
Field Guide

Hi MJ, the bush is becoming greener by the day!

Al Kaiser
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Thanks James. Really enjoyed the photo of the Nhlanguleni female.

James Souchon
Field Guide

Thanks Al! Hopefully see you back here soon

Rich Laburn
Head of Digital

Great set of pics and wonderful to see the Woodlands Kingfishers return!! What date do they typically return to Londolozi and for how long?

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