Can you believe that 100 weeks ago the world as we knew it all changed? And with this, the birth of the Londolozi Virtual Safari, a perfect way to share the magical wilderness that we get to enjoy every day with the rest of the world. Being able to enjoy spectacular sightings no matter where you are in the world.
Thanks to Alumni guide James Tyrrell for getting the ball rolling and setting up our Virtual Safari, we gained a lot of traction and have managed to keep it going up until now.
With our 100th iteration, we enjoy two amazing sightings of the Birmingham Male, who confidently rests on the Londolozi airstrip, for the afternoon before going off for a drink at a small waterhole nearby. We leave him resting in the long grass as it gets dark, only to find him in the exact same spot the following morning, however, things had changed slightly.
We then enjoy every interesting sighting of the Nkuwa Female, where she does her best to hide a large impala ram carcass from vultures circling above.
Enjoy this 100th Week in Video…
One of two sisters born to the Nhlanguleni Female, both of whom made it to independence, the first intact litter to do so in 7 years.
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Thank you, so much for many, wonderful episodes, of your daily adventures. Highly informative. Hugely enjoyable. James got me hooked, and now, I’m looking forward to each new update. Please, keep up the good work. Can’t wait to see, what happens to the Glorious, Birmingham male. Thanks again