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Nkoveni 2:2 Female

Nkoveni 2:2 Female

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Keagan Chasenski

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Keagan has always had a connection with wildlife, having been lucky enough to visit Londolozi as a child. After growing up in Johannesburg, he attended boarding school in the KwaZulu Natal Midlands where weekends were spent exploring the reserve and appreciating his surroundings. ...

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Difficult as always to choose – but i would say the photo of the Citrus Swallowtail Butterfly is beautiful!

I agree with you Keagan that April is a fantastic month for spending time in Londolozi. It’s the verdant grasses and trees that bring out nature’s best and wonderful backdrops for animal sightings. Favorites this week include the Citrus Swallowtail butterfly and the two sightings of Ximungwe, although your capture of Nkuwa was equally impressive. You all are so fortunate to have 5 cubs to view and share with your guests. Fingers crossed that all or most survive to adulthood.

Beautiful TWIP Keagan. My favourite this week just has to be either one of Nkoveni’s cub, both images are gorgeous.
Did you take those before Sean’s virtual safari of last Sunday, when he only saw 2 cubs?

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the little cubs are so precious! They are my favorite along with the zebra picture.

Keagan, thanks for sharing a fantastic set of images this week. Seems like there’s so much activity going on. We don’t know how you keep up with it1 ! Our favorite this week is that gorgeous butterfly!

Keagan, just some of the most beautiful pictures this week. It is really hard to choose but the shot of the Citrus Swallowtail Butterfly is outstanding.

A fun TWIP, Keagan! I always love the leopard pics but this week the zebra is my choice for #1. To see the front end of this species – relaxed, curious and with a mouthful – is not common! And the black and white against the verdant green background is stunning!

Great week Keagan! I’d have to agree with the others that the Citrus Swallowtail takes the honors this week. That said, I also love the images of the Ximungwe Female!

WOW! SO MANY great shots this week! Not sure how the cubs in the tree aren’t everyone’s fave…but love the hyenas and contrasting colors in so many shots this week too! The zebra shot…the gorgeous butterfly…awesome!

The storks, the citrus swallowtail butterfly, and the Novena cubs – just too cute!

The Nkoveni cubs are my favorite this week. I also loved the image of the Nkuwa female lying so comfortable in the tree and she did not want to be disturbed at all. So glad to hear that all three cubs s of Nkoveni female are all still alive. Loved your foto of the Citrus Swallowtail butterfly, stunning colours.

All superb! The Nkoveni cub and the Butterfly are the top, but really all pictures. Herbivores close-up is fantastic as well as the very romantic Nkuwa pictures

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What a splendid TWIP, thank you Keags. As ever, impossible to choose a favourite, but if I have to, the Nkuwa female is the most amazing pic. So much looking forward to our upcoming visit.

I love all your photos, Keagan. The one often butterfly is maybe my favourite. But they are all so beautiful that its hard to decide

I loved seeing the butterfly this week. And the Nkuwa females lashes are putting mine to shame!

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Some super leopard photography (love the cubs) and a superb butterfly

My favourite email of the week , does not fail (yet again) to deliver

I love all the photos, but I found the one of the hyenas to be really fun. They look exhausted by their excitement! Great job on the photos this week. Thank you!

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