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Kaxane 3:3 Male

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Alex Jordan

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Born in Cape Town, Alex grew up on a family wine estate in Stellenbosch. Spending much of his young life outdoors, Alex went on many a holiday into Southern Africa’s national parks and wild areas. After finishing high school, he completed a number ...

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The bird challenge was a tough one. It is great as we learn about new species trying to find out what thid mystery bird is. It made for great discussions in our home. It can definitely be a more regular feature on the blog. Awesome pics this week, as always Alex. Love the Ntsevu female the elephant and buffalo.

This was a really great wee
k all around. Beautiful and enjoyable pictures. Thank you

What a beautiful blog! I love the variety of photos. Love the one of Mashaba climbing the tree.

The photos were all terrific this week! I have to say my favorites were the the three male lions and the mama cheetah and her 2 cubs. The bird identity was terribly difficult since we could not see the back feather pattern and color. Hopefully, in the future, you will make it a little easier for us less nuanced at bird ID! ? Thanks for sharing all the beautiful photos!

What a great week in pictures Alex! I especially love the one of the Ndzanzeni young male

GREAT capture of the lilac breasted roller!

Beautiful photos this week, especially the Kaxane leopard with his torn ear and the cheetah family. The bird challenge was tough for us non-birders as the image was rather incomplete, but it’s good practice. Keep your shutter working!!???

A really spectacular range of images!!!! The Ntsevu lioness and buffalo drinking, as well as the nightjar, the cheetah siloheutte and the Birmingham males have got to be my favourites!!

I knew that the bird in the ID quiz was a juvenile whydah, but I wasn’t sure which one it was! I thought pin-tailed was a safer bet than LT paradise, but now I know I was wrong there.

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Alex, once again all your pictures are stunning. I especially love the one of the Nightjar & Yellow billed Stork. The cheetah three are exquisite as are the ones of the leopards, so thank you & have a wonderful week. We had awesome 60mm of much needed rain in Alberton today, so I’m sure it’s heading your way soon. ?

The lilac-breasted roller shot is amazing! 🙂 What a great TWIP.

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