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James Souchon

Field Guide

James started his guiding career at the world-renowned Phinda Game Reserve, spending four years learning about and showing guests the wonder of the incredibly rich biodiversity that the Maputaland area of South Africa has to offer. Having always wanted to guide in the ...

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Stunning pics this week James. Love the Rhino and the Klipspringer.

What a great week in pictures! Thanks for sharing!

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our best regards!!
Again beautiful pictures James !
Guido, Dina

Wonderful! Thank you.

Another great week of images, moving from the cute/sweet Nkoveni mom and cub to the beautiful portrait of the white rhino. I’m really looking forward to beginning my adventure there in November. It will be a very happy Thanksgiving for sure. We’re you using aperture priority and manual iso settings? Hope it cools down for all of you!!

Beautiful pictures, just love the giraffe scene

Wonderful images, James! I especially enjoyed the intimate moment between Nkoveni and her cub. But the flock of feeding storks including two with fish – wonderful!

We were lucky enough to share this week with James, who was a phenomenal guide and made this one of the most memorable experiences of our lives. Great pics, Patric of leopard cub! Thanks again

Amazing photos!!! I particulary love the roaring Ntsevu Female and the Nkoveni Female playing with her cub!

It seems Londolozi is full of life as is seen the excellent variety of pictures. Well done James in writing a quality blog representing the week. I was very glad to hear that the Tsalala lioness mated with one of the Birmingham males! Perhaps he was the one searching her out last week. I hope this changes her future for the better. But by far my favorite images were of the Nkoveni female with her cub. Who can resist that sweetness!

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