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Paul Danckwerts

Ranger

Zambian-born, Paul grew up a fisherman, a birder and a lover of all things outdoors. Following his passion for wildlife he graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree from Rhodes University before heading for the lowveld. Paul boasts a number of years guiding ...

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on The Week in Pictures #336

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Marinda Drake
Master Tracker

Love your pics this week Paul. Stunning images of the Tambotie cub and Mashaba female in the trees. Love the elephant but the best us probably for me as a Lowvelder sunset over God’s window.

Denise Vouri
Digital Tracker

What a great week! Thank you for informative and well written image descriptions. Camera settings are always appreciated.

Dawn Phillips
Explorer

What a week you’ve had. Stunning photos!

Michael Kalm
Explorer

Astounding collection – as usual!

Mary Beth Wheeler
Guest contributor

Some wonderful images, Paul! I’m looking forward to seeing this Nweti male as well as my first glimpse of the Birmingham boys next month!

Becky Opdyke
Explorer

It was a great weekend with your guiding! Thanks for the amazing sightings but so sad to miss those wild dogs!!!!!

Mj Bradley
Explorer

I think the young male you have referred to as N’weti is actually Thamba M 5:5? spot patternB: Nov 2016 to Thandi F & Tingana or Gijima M. In the Djuuma/Torchwood Area. N’weti M 3:2 was born 2014 to Hlab’Nkunzi F & Nyeleti M in the NW area of the Sabi Sands. Thank you for the photo of our handsome young Thamba Thank you for sharing your gorgeous photos

Morningglory
Explorer

I do agree with you in IDing the one being called the Nweti male leopard, as he is Thamba, the son of Thandi and Tingana. However he has a 2:4 spot pattern and was born in Jul 2016. The blue eyes is the give away for us SafariLIVE watchers. (I wish there was some way of posting pictures here to show his other ID patterns)

Joanne Wadsworth Kelley
Digital Tracker

Stunning images this week, Paul. What a week for you and your guests! Each image was special, but I enjoyed God’s Window during the sunset hour….different and very peaceful.

Alessandra Cuccato
Digital Ranger

Those cubs are so cute! I think the new nomadic male you saw is actually Thamba. I will send a few pictures to Nick, so you can compare and confirm.

Callum Evans
Guest contributor

The heron and the hippos, and the elephant bull portrait are particularly beautiful!

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