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Nhlanguleni 3:2 Female

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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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Guy what a great moment for these two guests. Impressive pictures and a momentous way to end their stay. Pictures are always captivating and these were no different. The Bush is harsh but so is life and death for God’s creatures

What a story! Sad for the poor lamb and exciting for the leopard and your guests. 22 hours flight for 4 days…

That’s quite some journey for 4 days! – but Londolozi is worth it. Guy, has her cub been seen recently?

You lucky guys! Although I would prefer to see the leopard without a dead lamb, it’s life but it makes me sad. It’s snowing here and the lockdown is made more bearable by the charming view. Also thanks to Londolozi spectacular view of the lady leopard in the rain. Just mesmerising

Amazing sighting!! Lucky guests! Not really envious.. just happy some people are able to travel!

Guy, I loved all the photos, especially the one leopard was yawning🤗

It would be magic to see a Leopard on those boulders!

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Great photos , and great viewing for the guests. Not so great for the lamb impala 🐑

Fantastic story unfolding here with some great photos!

I didn’t know travelers from the USA were permitted into SA at this time. I thought OR Tambo was still closed to us.

Absolutely beautiful pics of the leopard! Thanks for sharing!

Guy, What a grand finale for your guests! The shots in the rain are quite different than what we are used to!

How thrilling for all of you, but especially for your guests to not only see a leopard, but watch her search the bushes and come out with a kill. Although it seems cruel, that is how nature is kept in balance. Congratulations!

Great story and pics Guy!

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Oh how bitter sweet… nature… amazing and heartbreaking all in a breath…

What a fabulous end to a their special time spent at Londolozi! So special thanks for sharing Guy 💓🙏

Lucky day! I have seen the most amazing things on Safari while on a sprint to the airstrip and a flight! Tends to be the usual luck!

Hi Guy, any sign that she still has her cub that was seen a few weeks ago?

@Michael Fleetwood, unfortunately we don’t think her cub has made it. she has been seen mating with the flat rock male and has been calling in the river. a sign that she may have lost her cub but we have no hard evidence that it is alive or dead.

Super story Guy – and even better photos. remind us so much of our previous few days with you earlier this year

@Mark Sadler, thank you very much Mark. I hope you are keeping well and hopefully you will be back soon so we can make some more memories

Lovely Leopard pics, Guy. Wendy M

Incredible and fortuitous sighting! You’re photos are stunning!

@Paul Canales, thank you very much.

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