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Guy Brunskill

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Guy worked as a ranger for Londolozi from 2017 until the end of 2021. He grew up in Durban, Kwa-Zulu Natal. From a young age he visited the bush each holiday. It was during these early years that his passion and interest was ...

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Leo Pards

They were in singita for a day or two, wonder if they had any interaction with the Matimba males?

Marinda Drake
Master Tracker

Stinning pics Guy. Love the lions walking through the grass. Great images of the water monitor and Nanga young female. Awesome capture of the Tsalala jumping over the river.

Marinda Drake
Master Tracker

Awesome that the secretary birds are back. We were fortunate to observe a nest on the s90 close to Balule camp in Kruger. It was fascinating to see the chicks and the adults flying in to feed them.

Mike Ryan

The lion and elephant photos are incredible

Ian Hall
Master Tracker

Some absolute crackers , especially the lions with the elephants. Not a common photo and worthy of a substantial enlargement. Really like the wild dog photo. Having seen a wild dog hunt it is over very quickly.

Wendy Macnicol
Digital Tracker

Lovely pic of the Verraux’s Eagle Owl! Also interesting pic of the Birminghams being moved off by the ellies!
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Denise Vouri
Guest contributor

Another stunning week in pictures! Clearly the lions and elephants in the grass make a great story, as well as the wild dog and its kill. These almost make me feel like I’m there – thank you.

Darlene Knott
Master Tracker

Terrific photos! Thanks for sharing!

Callum Evans
Master Tracker

It’s good to see that the new kings are established now

Callum Evans
Master Tracker

Incredible photos!! My favourite without a doubt has to be the Birmingham males, and then the lionesses, and the elephants, that scene had a really mood and lighting! Also loved the water monitor, verreaux’s eagle owl and the cheetah. And it’s fantastic to see a secretarybird nesting on Londolozi!

Susan Strauss
Digital Tracker

Absolutely amazing shots of the Tsalala lioness hopping the water, and lions+elies….WOW!

Thank you for this wonderful blog! The pictures are stunning! I love getting an update on the Birmingham males, I had a feeling that they would become the dominate lions of Londolozi! Thanks to Bruce and Rob I was able to spend time with them, watching them so closely, was such a privilege and honor:)

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