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Ingrid Dam 4:4 Female

Ingrid Dam 4:4 Female

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Ndzanzeni 4:3 Female

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Fin Lawlor

Londolozi Ranger

Fin grew up in Johannesburg and began guiding in 2010. He has guided across South Africa, East Africa and the Amazon jungle in Brazil. Fin's primary interests are birds, tracking and developing a passion for photography.

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It seems that life in the bush is quite busy during the summer months. Very nice to receive an overview of the various animals and their currant status. Babies are born and the birds migrate back….all bringing their own impact, which continuously makes the bush a totally fascinating place.

Great pics this week Fin. Love the Mhangeni pride hunting buffalo.

Thanks for sharing the week, Fin! Loved all the pics, especially the leopard ascending the tree and the bateleur eagle being mobbed by the fork-tailed drongo!

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Stunning pictures, thank you Fin! I was just thinking how daunting it is for a young leopard, male or female to face the “outside” world on their own with so many dangers round every corner, but I hope the young Ndzazaneni male will survive as he is a magnificent youngster. Have a great weekend 🙂

Great to see another post on the blog from you, Fin! Thanks for sharing your images with us 🙂

That portrait of the elephant bull was incredible, love the light and how it filled the frame! The shots of the Ingrid Dam Female are also beautiful, and so was the bateleur being mobbed by the drongo. Those are just my personal favourites.

Fin, Thanks for the great update! Nice to see the Ingrid Dam female – we were lucky to find her quite by accident with Nick Kleer on our last visit. She seemed very relaxed and posed for us beautifully!

Wonderful images of bush life in Londolozi this week. I find it intriguing that the Mhagene pride moves back and forth between Singita and Londolozi. I just saw a photo this week of 13 of the pride lined up drinking at a watering hole. The cubs I saw in February are now almost as big as their mom’s. Interesting information about the mobbing of larger birds by smaller varieties. Settings are always welcome.

Love these photos, Fin. We didn’t see the cheetah when we were there, so I guess we will have to come back! Perhaps 2019? The invite to visit Siesta Key is always open.

Great photos and variety Fin. Enjoyed viewing them. all the best Byron

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