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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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Dawn Phillips
Explorer

Wonderful pictures! Thank you for sharing. It warms my heart to see the Tsalala female doing well and in the company of a formidable protector. She has a special place in my heart, having seen her last year when she was with her pride. And the baby rhino, oh my!

Marinda Drake
Master Tracker

Love the wild dog image. Stunning.

Ian Hall
Digital Tracker

The Birmingham Male shot has to get top marks

Darlene Knott
Digital Tracker

Interesting week in pictures! Loved the photos!

Denise Vouri
Guest contributor

You have a great assortment of images this week Guy. I’m still processing my photos but am quite satisfied with the little cubs we saw, Ndzanzeni male at the hippo pond and the magnificent Birmingham male. For me Londolozi was truly a magical experience, each day delivering new sights, sounds, smells, all combined with the daily joy of the always smiling staff. Thank you for your candidness, veld knowledge, suggestions, and obvious thrill of doing what you do. My trip was perfect, well seeing a leopard cub up close would have put it over the top, but now I have yet another reason to return.
Keep well and have a blast in Brazil!! Check with James T, as I forwarded pics and blog.

Wendy Macnicol
Senior Digital Ranger

Dear Guy. Thanks so much for updating us on the rains which are coming to Londolozi recently and the change in the bush and in the animals. Almost feel I am there. I am one of those people who love Waterbuck, so have taken the waterbuck portrait as another of my Londolozi Screensavers! Also took the Birmingham male. He looks so majestic I couldn’t resist it! I also love the little Malachite Kingfishers. So appealing with their beautiful colours and neat little appearance. As I write it is hailing here in Randburg and the hail is trying to find its way into our town-house through a crack on the balcony door so I had better go now. Cheers and thanks again for the lovely pics! Wendy M

Joanne Wadsworth Kelley
Master Tracker

Excellent blog and photo’s this week, Guy. Especially of the majestic Birmingham lion!

Irene Nathanson
Guest contributor

Hey Guy,

What a great week in photos! I absolutely love the leopard and her cubs. The shot of the Birmingham male is absolutey stunning!

Susan Strauss
Senior Digital Ranger

Love the picture of the Birmingham male.

Linda Rawles
Digital Ranger

Hi, Guy, great pictures, but where are my hyenas and elephants:-)? Just kidding! You are a talented photographer as well as a terrific ranger and person. Thanks for a great birthday and week. Tom and I are recovering from our travels home, but we left part of our hearts there with you. Keep the pictures coming – when you aren’t playing on the Brazilian beach! Sending good thoughts “through my feet,” from Arizona!

Brian Love
Explorer

Hi Guy,
Wondering if yourself or collectively the Londo Rangers can give a more detailed take on the status of the Birmingham Coalition.
Last time I was in the Northern part of Sabi Sands in September 2017 it was not uncommon to see the boys in close proximity as in walking or sleeping together including Mfumo and have photo’s of such https://www.juzaphoto.com/galleria.php?l=en&t=2552661. I fear Mfumo who lived by the sword has died by the sword but the remaining 3 B-Boys seem to spend more and more time in singular isolation and I never seem to see any images of Tinyo these days either. In TWIP we have another example of separation. Maybe one B-boy calling to another or warning a third party. I catch up with the B-boys Facebook page several times a week and it now seems like the coalition is down to only Nhenha and Nsuku!

Tina Gutierrez
Explorer

Awesome to see the photo of the Birmingham male. Wish I knew which one it might be. My guess is Nhenha?

Hello Guy,
Thank you for a very good update! Beautiful photos! I specially liked the photo of the Malachite. So incredible beautiful! The photo of the wild dogs was very artistic!

Callum Evans
Guest contributor

That photo of the Birmingham Male is just beautiful, as are the images of the cheetahs and the malachite kingfisher!!

Wendy Hawkins
Senior Digital Ranger

Thank you Guy for these wonderful pictures & their write ups!

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