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Jess Shillaw

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Jess was born in Kwazulu/Natal but grew up in Cape Town. Having an innate love for all things wild but getting to spend little time in the bush while growing up, she headed straight for the Lowveld after school. She completed a guiding ...

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Jutta Mielke Nestle
Guest contributor

Wonderful-very rare pics

Ann Richardson Berg
Senior Digital Ranger

What a fantastic story! I wish I had been there! Lucky you! I think they are such an impressive and smart animal! Fantastic photos!! Thank you for sharing.

Irene Henkes
Digital Tracker

WOW!! That is great! Honeybadgers are such funny, feisty animals……

Francesca Doria
Master Tracker

I can’t believe those little critters are so aggressive and look so funny and cute at the same time! Thank you for sharing the pictures

Ian Hall
Master Tracker

A super rare diurnal spotting – at least you stayed in the vehicle

Lisa Antell
Digital Tracker

What a great sighting and wonderful last morning drive with your guests!

Marcia Parker
Senior Digital Ranger

What a surprise this a.m. to see one of my favorite animals in your post! I guess that since “right from the beginning “ it was important to your guests to see a honey badger…he wanted to get a look @ them too! 😂
Wonderful photos!

William Paynter
Senior Digital Ranger

Great sighting and pictures, thanks Jess.

Valmai Vorster
Digital Tracker

Hi Jess, it’s not always possible to see a honey badger. I’m sure you all were very surprised to see one and especially on your guests last day of viewing. Badgers are very aggressive and yet very cute. Thanks for sharing your pictures and story.

Cally Staniland
Master Tracker

Such a cute face for such an aggressive creature Jess..but I’m convinced he’s that badger who was kindly saved awhile ago by the Londo team, just coming out to show his thanks 😉☺️

Denise Vouri
Guest contributor

Fantastic sighting Jess, and wonderful photos! Just proves, experience, patience and habitat knowledge can sometimes come to fruition. Lucky guests.

Christa Blessing
Master Tracker

How very special! And how wonderful for your guests who had wanted to see a honeybadger.

Michael and Terri Klauber
Guest contributor

Jess, What a lucky find! Your photos are amazing! Hoping you can find the Honey Badger at home again! Fingers crossed.

Suzanne Gibson
Guest contributor

Hi Jess, how lucky you and your guests were; I’d love to see a honey badger but haven’t yet after (now) 11 visits. It was nice to see you at Founders last week.

Barbara Wallace
Explorer

How lucky you were! Thank you for the wonderful photos.

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