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Tamboti 4:3 Female

Tamboti 4:3 Female

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Guy Brunskill

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Guy grew up in the city of Durban, Kwa-Zulu Natal. From a very young age he visited the bush each holiday. It was during these early years that his passion and interest was ignited for this incredible environment. After school he acquired a ...

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on The Week in Pictures #326

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Joanne Wadsworth Kelley
Digital Tracker

Lovely series. My thanks!

Marinda Drake
Master Tracker

I love sunrises and sunsets. They are so much better when there is an animal in the picture. Stunning pics Guy. Love the silhouettes.

Thank you very much Marinda.

Malavika Gupta
Senior Digital Ranger

Beautiful shots, Guy. I was hoping to see a photo of the tail-less lioness we saw crossing the river. Would love to see those photos here.

Hi Malavika, they will feature soon. I went with a different topic for this week in pictures but they will certainly be up soon. I hope you are keeping well.

Mary Beth Wheeler
Guest contributor

Awesome images, Guy! Love the low light theme and the resultant drama. Hard to pick a favorite!

Callum Evans
Guest contributor

Absolutely amazing range of images, and thank you for including those nocturnal animals too (genet and bushbaby), they don’t get featured enough in my opinion!! The white-faced owl and wild dog shots are just classic, and that barn owl sighting is amazing!! That sunrise really was perfect and I’m almost 100% sure that that leopard on the log was the Tamboti Female!! That mystery raptor is tough though, but I can come up with a few ideas: juvenile black sparrowhawk, Wahlbergs eagle, or possibly an African or Aryes hawk eagle. How big was it, that could rule out at least a couple

Hi Callum, thank you for your comment on the pictures. You are correct in one of your answers. It was a juvenile African hawk eagle.

Callum Evans
Guest contributor

Pleasure!! Oh ok, at least my second last guess was correct!

Callum Evans
Guest contributor

If it’s really big, it could be a tawny eagle, they have lots of colour variations

Wendy Macnicol
Explorer

O.K. I give up. What IS that bird please, Guy? I agree. Super pics. Well done! Wendy

Hi Wendy, it was a juvenile African hawk eagle. Glad you enjoyed the pictures.

Lucie Easley
Senior Digital Ranger

It’s always so difficult to pick out a favorite, so I cheat and pick 2 or 3. Guy, the photos of the two
leopards and the lion are wonderful. I love the lighting of the leopards…such in the moment wonderful shots. The lion makes me smile as he sits into the wind, looking like he is going to enjoy the day. Thanks so much for sharing.

Denise Vouri
Digital Tracker

Low light presents challenges when photographing, and especially when animals are present. You’ve captured some brilliant images, especially the young Tamboti cub. Bravo!!

Mj Bradley
Explorer

Thank you for sharing the low light photos.. The cat photos are my favorites but they are all quite gorgeous!

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