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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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Cracking photos, my favourite is the rather arty photograph of the zebra

Your pics are stunning this week Guy. Love the young elephant and the sunset.

Guy – thank you for the pics and the article. It is extremely hot in the Randburg / Jhb area at present – between roughly 32 to 35 degs C or so. The temperatures are probably higher where Londolozi is. What are the prey animals looking like at present? If there is still a bit of water, this helps, but what about food? Wendy M

Beautiful photos – thank you!

Thank you for the weekly journey through the bush – thoroughly enjoyed the deep fire tones of the sunset as well as the leopards and kingfisher.

It is wonderful to see that « all is right in the Londolozi world. As always the lion cub was adorable and also the baby elephant a favorite. Thank you for a bright start to my weekend. Victoria

A really nice blog Guy. Beautiful pics of the wildlife – both fur and feathered. Have to say that my favourite is the baby ellie showing its dominance – they totally melt my heart with their antics. Thanks for sharing with us.

The b&w photo of the zebra is indeed mesmerizing. Thank you.

Ostrich chicks have grown very quickly!

How many cubs does the Kambula pride have in total now? 13?

I love this – Such great pics Guy!

Guy, what an amazing group of pictures🤗

Great photos this week, Guy! Love the giant kingfisher as well as the giraffe at sunset especially!

Guy, every picture selected was powerful. Really enjoyed taking my time to enjoy these selections. Thank you

Senior Digital Ranger

Regarding the Rock Python photo: Curious how more frequently snakes are sighted in Londolozi during the warmer months than the colder months. Often, or are they still rather elusive even in the warmer months?

Guy, Thanks for the update and great pics! It will be exciting to see Makomsava with cubs down the road. Fingers crossed!

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