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Pete Thorpe

Alumni Ranger

Pete was a Field Guide for Londolozi for 4 years, contributing to the blog as a fantastic writer as well as photographer. Right from his very first bush trip at the age of four, Pete was always enthralled by this environment. Having grown ...

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Great update Thorpe!
I hope we can witness the new cubs of the Mangheni pride soon.

Terrific TWIP, Pete. Great spot by Rich to see the Nkuwa female in the tree. Was she in the same area as her sister Finfoot, also Nhlanguleni and her latest cub?

Master Tracker

What super photos, as Groundhog Day (aka Lockdown) rolls on , reminded of freer, happier days

Great pictures! When can resist the charm of a leopard cub – the cutest of all. However, also the lion cubs and the impala lamb are so sweet.

What incredible pictures Pete, thanks for sharing them

Wow Pete, what a fabulous week of photos 💗!! The Nkuma female, the rhino, the Nhlanguleni Cub ..stunning. Some fascinating facts as always..sad to hear of the decline in Saddle Billed Stork, it was a bird that was quite familiar in my childhood. Thank you 🙏🏻💕

Pete, I saved sunset pictures, and I saved the leopard in the tree🤗

Senior Digital Ranger

Peter, what a fabulous array of photos …. warms the heart. And a very Happy Birthday for today.

Senior Digital Ranger

What fun and beautiful pictures Pete! When I get up in the morning, The Londolozi Blog is the first thing I read. It starts my day off in a refreshing way, wholesome and diverse way from the norm. Everyday is a treat! Thank you!

Beautiful photos this week!

Remarkable photos and what an exciting week. Stay well and safe all. Enjoyed every moment of this online journey.

Beautiful and beautifully diverse week of photos Pete! Thanks as always for enriching our lives with the beauty of Lodolozi!

Great pics this week, loved the sunset! The call of the Woodlands Kingfisher is the sound I most associate with the bush !! ( well that and Lions roaring – lol)

I never cease to be amazed at the nonchalant attitude of leopards draped across a branch very high up!! It is great the birds are back and fun to see the cubs. wish we were there! Thank you Victoria

A wonderful compilation of photos Pete. It’s good to see familiar faces reappearing!

Pete, the distant photo of the Nkuwa female is stunning!

Hi I love all photos especially the sunset and big cats but the chameleon is nr1 this time!

Particularly gorgeous photos this week!

that are a lot of super pictures , thanks a lot, hope to see all the nice cubs next year

Terrific photos! Loved the rhinos, the leopard cub, the impala lamb, etc! Thanks for sharing!

Have taken that gorgeous sunset, Pete, with the silhouette of the Kudu. Stunning pic. Will keep it for a Screensaver. We think the word “dash” for a Chameleon is wishful thinking perhaps? I think a word like “wavering” across the road would be perhaps a bit more accurate? He is a lovely glossy green, isn’t he? \Wendy M

A truly incredible series of images!!

Pete, You did it again! Love the shots you posted. Especially the setting and color in the Rhino shot!

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