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Nhlanguleni 3:2 Female

Nhlanguleni 3:2 Female

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Nsuku 2:3 Male

Nsuku 2:3 Male

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Ximungwe 5:3 Female

Ximungwe 5:3 Female

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Thumbela 4:3 Female

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Three Rivers 2:2 Female

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Robbie developed a passion for the African bush from many visits to his family’s small holding in a greater conservancy just outside Johannesburg. Living in the big city his whole life, he always found refuge in the outdoors and has grown to appreciate ...

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Senior Digital Ranger

Great pictures! The black and white of Xinzele Young Female is my favorite.

I love so many of these – especially the 2 Ndzhenga males with that beautiful light, the Tsalala female, the cheetah….all of them really! But my favourite this week has to be the Three Rivers young male post-mating, as I do like a good action photo!

Wonderful images this week, Robbie! So many favorites but my #1 is the action shot of the Three Rivers young male and the Ximungwe female. Isn’t it unusual for him to be mating before he’s established a territory? Is he too young to actually father offspring?

The full moon and the dead knobthorn tree won my heart. Second the giraffe crossing the strip, such an elegant animal and elegant move caught perfectly. As single animals of course my heart goes to the Tsalala female and hope the gorgeous Skorro will be her king! All beautiful pictures

Ps I forgot the cheetah. Besides the lovely picture, I recently read about a new way to count and consider them in single areas, as they do preserve more protection. I wish him success

Senior Digital Ranger

Love Tsalala at the koppie, but Skorro male is right up there, too

Hi Robbie my favorite this week is the Tsalala female lying on the sand. She is such a formidable survivor and has shown she is more than capable to seeing to herself. Surprised to see the young Three Rivers male mating with the older Ximungwe female. Hopefully we will be lucky to see some more leopard cubs.

Robert, my favorite shot this week is the young male cheetah looking back.

Thanks for assembling such a stellar collection of images this week Robbie. The inclusion of many of the well-known predators was especially good to see. As far as favorites, I have a few, beginning with the moonrise. Following on from there, the mating between Three Rivers male and Ximungwe, the wild dog pup’s standoff and the b/w portrait of the young Xinzele female complete my list.

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Once upon a time, Cheetah and Ostrich sightings were unheard of …

Fingers crossed for both the Skorro Male and the Tsalala female

Robbie, Fantastic images this week! Our favorite is the Tsalala Female with Ximpalapala in the background. It’s one of our special spots at Londolozi and she is an amazing lioness! Added that image to our favorites!

Wonderful photos, Robbie. I love them all.
It‘s always hard to say which one is the favourite because they are all so great

Love those pups so much!!!

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