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Tamboti 4:3 Female

Tamboti 4:3 Female

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Callum Gowar

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Growing up in Cape Town, the opposite end of South Africa from its main wildlife areas, didn't slow Callum down when embarking on his ranger training at Londolozi at the start of 2015. He had slowly begun moving north-east through the country anyway, ...

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As always very nice pictures Callum. I particularly enjoyed the tailless lionness cub and Antoine the young hyena.

Last 2 blog posts have had amazing images Callum! Wow!
November still a possibility?

Great blog and pictures Callum.Especially liked the black and white pic of the Nkoveni female leopard and one of her cubs.The pic of the young hyena looking out the den is also great.Is the Anderson male leopard still being seen.How does the Piva male leopard compare in size to the Anderson male leopard since the Piva male leopard is considered a large leopard also.Great blog Callum keep up the great work.

Some really nice shots, Callum! Love the quellea and so happy to see that Tamboti and her cubs are flourishing!

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Always a pleasure to see a new Blog.. Your photos are wonderful Callum.. Thank you for sharing your little piece of paradise!

Your pictures are very beautiful.The way the vegetation and the wildlife complement the photo is very magical.One can actually presume it is a work of art,the display of affection,bonding brings forth a theme of LOVE in the wild.The tsalala pride show a skillful mode of hunting showing how intelligent these animals are able to survive efficiently in the wild.

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