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Ross Cheshire

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Ross was born and raised in Durban, spending many a family holiday in the northern parts of KwaZulu Natal. It is here that his love and passion for the African Bush developed. He decided to combine his love of working with people and ...

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on Embracing The Season: Summer Unveiled at Londolozi

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Ross, thanks for enlightening us about the upcoming summer season! We have never been to Londolozi in the summer, but we will get there one of these days. We would love to see those Eagles and smell the Bushveld Gardenias!

Ross, thank you for sharing the beautiful pictures. The return of summer, the return of the migratory birds, the return to a new season and life cycle. Nature is awesome in so many ways.

Hi, I love gardenias, I have two magnificent plants of this species. They are second to none in their smell and delicate flowers. Great to know that there are so many animals and plants that thrive

Your excitement of the summer that is here is contagious. I also love the spring time and love it when it rains, which brings life to the bush and fills the rivers and lakes. New shoots for all the grass eating animals and new leaves on the trees for all leaf eating animals. The Whalburgs eagles returning to their nests is very exciting, they are such beautiful birds. Love the fotos you posted of them and I also love the leopard tortoise, as they are beginning to be active after their winter hibernation.

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Beautiful pictures of the Wahlberg’s Eagles.

Ross, your description of the beginnings of summer sound wonderful, especially the blooming of the bushveld gardenias. From my experiences and rangers’ accounts, any time of year is the best time to visit to nourish one’s soul w

… in addition to exploring the plains and bushveld with new eyes.

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