Hyena numbers continue to grow due to the lack of a constant presence of dominant male lions on the property. This adorable little cub took a break from feeding whilst its sibling remained to suckle from its mother. Photograph by Callum Gowar

Another week has gone by and what an enthralling week it has turned out to be. The continued presence of the Matimba males on Londolozi has led to much debate

One of Mashaba’s beautiful cubs glances up towards its mother and reassures itself of her presence and relative safety. Photograph by Callum Gowar

Another week has gone by and what an enthralling week it has turned out to be. The continued presence of the Matimba males on Londolozi has led to much debate

This baby rhino under the watchful eye of his mom confidently walked to within five meters of the vehicle. Canon 500d F2.8 1/400 ISO 400

This place looks magical! This baby rhino under the watchful eye of his mom confidently walked to within five meters of the vehicle.

Elephant calves are among my favourites. With underdeveloped trunk muscles, they just look sort of...well...floppy. Image by James Tyrrell

Elephant calves are among my favourites. With underdeveloped trunk muscles, they just look sort of. Image by James Tyrrell

A young Elephant ambles through the long grass in open areas. Photograph by Mike Sutherland.

There is a chill in the air as the days shorten and the nights grow longer. The dust that was once settled by the summer rains now lingers in the sky reflected

Londolozi’s happiest rhino. This little calf is a sheer delight to watch, and this morning was no exception, as its antics in the Maxabene riverbed had us all in stitches! Photograph by James Tyrrell

The Majingilane were back, coming in from the west to reunite with first the Sparta pride and then the


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