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a week in the bush: vol 4

Thumbnail image for a week in the bush: vol 4 by Sabi Sabi March 25, 2014

The Southern African wilderness is unbelievably diverse in terms of the array of life found within it, from the smallest of insects to the world’s largest land mammal. As a guest to our country it is sometimes so easy to overlook the smaller details when on a safari, especially when confronted with the infamous and [...]

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lioness and a hare

Thumbnail image for lioness and a hare by Sabi Sabi March 20, 2014

The afternoon scene was set like that out of a movie. The dark clouds rising up and up with lightening striking the outskirts of the clouds like a faulty light bulb. The storm was near and rolling in from the west, the humidity was increasing every minute the storm continued to approach Sabi Sabi. Our [...]

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a week in the bush: vol 3

Thumbnail image for a week in the bush: vol 3 by Sabi Sabi March 19, 2014

The heavy rains have lifted and the bush, with its thirst quenched, is returning to business as usual. There has been a lot of action on the reserve this week with guests being treated to some really amazing sightings, but not without just a hint of sadness to darken the mood. There is a saying [...]

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survival of the cubs

Thumbnail image for survival of the cubs by Sabi Sabi March 14, 2014

You would think that being the offspring of the king of the savannah that life would be easy. Just like their prey and competitors, this wonderful landscape can be brutal and unforgiving. Sadly being born into royalty comes with its perils and I believe that the current batches of Southern Pride cubs are in a [...]

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a week in the bush: vol 2

Thumbnail image for a week in the bush: vol 2 by Sabi Sabi March 13, 2014

After a lot of speculation as to the whereabouts of our resident lions, the Southern Pride, they showed up in the beginning of the week and have afforded us regular sightings of them since. At first, only four females and six cubs were seen together and all were looking in desperate need of a good [...]

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highlights: february 2014

Thumbnail image for highlights: february 2014 by Sabi Sabi March 11, 2014

This is a collection of images that we feel are highlights of the month of February 2014. Some are amazing pictures and some are rare sightings or even exciting events at the lodges. Enjoy our highlights of the month.

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a photographer’s dream

Thumbnail image for a photographer’s dream by Sabi Sabi March 5, 2014

For most guides, getting into photography is a natural progression and in our case it is not only a means of documenting the natural world we are so fortunate enough to play a part in protecting, it is an art of observation. It has little to do with what we see, but everything to do [...]

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a week in the bush…

Thumbnail image for a week in the bush… by Sabi Sabi March 3, 2014

Welcome to the first of many instalments of our Sabi Sabi “A Week in the Bush…” series. Our aim here is to keep you, our growing community of wildlife enthusiasts, up to date with the goings on around our spectacular piece of paradise. For those of you familiar with our fan page, Sabi Sabi Private [...]

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my highlights february 2014

Thumbnail image for my highlights february 2014 by Sabi Sabi February 27, 2014

That time has come again, a chance for me to review my cycle and its highlights. I really enjoy doing these types of blogs as it gives me a great opportunity to relive my cycle. Every time I do a highlights blog I am reminded of the same thing – I have the best job [...]

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steve’s cycle highlights january – february 2014

Thumbnail image for steve’s cycle highlights january – february 2014 by Sabi Sabi February 25, 2014

During this cycle I was incredibly lucky to see the “magnificent seven” twice within six weeks. Below are just a few of my favourite pictures taken and some incredibly memorable sightings. On my first safari in January I was luckily enough to witness two Knob-billed ducks fighting over a female in a small mud wallow. [...]

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