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Michael Harmon

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Michael found his first Londolozi track as a sophomore in college when he picked up Boyd Varty’s Cathedral of the Wild. In it, Michael saw a place that embodied his childhood fascination with the culture and warmth of Africa and knew he had ...

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on Synchronicity: When A Game Drive Is ON

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Ok, I am jealous your there and I am not. Another great day to be in the Bush and loving on the beauty of Mother Nature

Michael, what a great experience!

Sounds like a magical drive. Lucky you!!

Bingo! All so true…. after over a hundred game drives, I can attest to the fact that no two were alike. A few began with beautiful drives sans wildlife and then ended with a jolt of of amazement, watching lions/leopards mating; or the reverse might happen with a major sighting in the first 30 minutes and then ….. but at the end of the drive, you return to your room energized, amazed, satisfied and looking forward to the next drive, just a few hours away. Thank you for your insightful words.

Digital Ranger

I love this picture of parent elephant and child strolling along. It happens with humans all over the world.

Hi Michael, great post! Was wondering if you have noticed any set patterns of movements of either of the Nhlanguleni Female’s daughters yet or are they still a bit young to start establishing themselves (if you could remind me of their ages, that would great as well)? Thanks so much!

Thanks Michael! I have it on good authority that Nhlanguleni’s two female offspring (born around March 2018) have begun establishing territories very close to each other in the northern part of the reserve. Stay tuned for updates.

Master Tracker

Sounds like a very satisfying drive.

Sounds like a wonderful start to what probably became a great afternoon safari! Victoria


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