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Nick Kleer

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Nick joined the Londolozi team from Thornybush Game Reserve, and immediately began revealing his photographic potential, especially in the passion with which he pursued knowledge. An almost fanatical approach to improving his photography has seen him gain a rapid understanding of all the ...

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on The Week in Pictures #311

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Marinda Drake
Master Tracker

Stunning pics this week Nick. Love the hyena cubs and the last one of the elephant with the hippo skull.

Darlene Knott
Senior Digital Ranger

Very interesting ‘week in pictures! I really liked the African Harrier Hawk/Burchell Starling interaction photo and of course, loved all the close ups. I also appreciate how hard it must be to get a decent shot of the impala lambs! The poor mothers have to be constantly on alert! Thanks for the updates, Nick.

Joanne Wadsworth Kelley
Digital Tracker

What a well written and presented article with interesting photo’s, Nick. Certainly Londolozi is brimming with a plethora of wildlife and new borns this season. Although I track all activity, one does tend to have a favorite. Mine is the Mashaba young female who was originally introduced to me as a very young cub by Dr. Anthony Goldman. She is incredibly beautiful. Her recent successful 3 kills gives me hope that she will survive and be given her own name. Meanwhile life abounds in the bush and we have a front row seat … thanks to your continued good work!

Lucie Easley
Senior Digital Ranger

I love the really close up shots. This is definitely the premier place on line to get up close to nature with the extraordinary photography and narratives. Thanks, Nick

Denise Vouri
Master Tracker

TWIP-beautiful and informative images. Well done Nick and thanyyou for including the camera settings. It will be interesting to see if the Flat Rock male becomes “dad” to both females offspring, should they both become pregnant. Exciting times to come.

Mike Ryan
Explorer

Great photos who is the Kigelia female. Is this a rename of a younger one or a new Leopard ?

Mary Beth Wheeler
Guest contributor

Nice blog, Nick! Another great week… Love the image of the three leopards as well as the face of the lion cub! Wish I was there to see it all, of course!

Michael & Terri Klauber
Digital Tracker

Nick, Great post! We especially love seeing the shots of the Nkoveni female!

Callum Evans
Guest contributor

Absolutely beautiful range of photos!!!!!! I absolutelly loved the zebra portrait and the Birmingham male in monochrome, as well as the two leopard close ups and the Flack/Nkoveni?Mashaba Young Female interaction!! And that gymnogene vs burchells starling shot was epic!!

Al Kaiser
Senior Digital Ranger

Thanks Nick. I’m not familiar with the Kigelia leopard. Where did she come from?

Wendy Hawkins
Senior Digital Ranger

Thank you Nick, as usual the pictures are stunning! I hope the Burchell’s starling’s nest was safe & that the Gymnogene wasn’t successful? 🙂

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