“I hope you have an experience that alters the course of your life, because after Africa, nothing has ever been the same…” ~ Suzanne Evans We followed the Kigelia female leopard as she made her way through some thick bush looking and smelling around for something to eat. The following morning, after leaving the lodge… [Read More]
Ranger Profile: Louise Murray
My name is Louise Murray and I am part of the Sabi Sabi Social Media team. I have been part of the Sabi Sabi team for almost a year now. Nature and wildlife has always been in my heart from as far back as I can remember. I grew up knowing all about it and experiencing what our lovely country could offer us.
I started my studies in psychology but once my studies were finished, I decided to follow a dream and decided I never wanted that “what if” feeling in my life. I am thilled to say that I could not have made a better decision, I am so excited everyday about what my job can present me and not only on the animal front, but from the people who come and visit Sabi Sabi. How special it is to be able to share and be part of the memeories and experiences.
I am an amateur photographer at best, but I have always been fascinated about the idea and how you can capture such special moments in one frame. I love to take picutes and try capture things in a different perspective and what better place than Sabi Sabi to help me tweak my interests. I am excited to improve myself in this hobby and share the wonders of this place with our followers.
- Canon EOS 600D
It has been another hot and action-packed week on the reserve! Many baby impala’s popping out all over the place with some guests and guides fortunate enough to witness the incredible event. As nature is, it’s not always that these little ones make it to adulthood and predators take full advantage of the newborns… [Read More]
Species name: White Rhino Scientific name: Ceratotherium simum Weight: Male: ±2400kg – Female: ±1600kg Shoulder height: Male: ±1.8m – Female: ±1.8m Diet: Rhinos are herbivores and considered to be “selective grazers” preferring short and fresh growth. Their lips are perfectly designed to neatly crop the pastures. General habitat: We are able to find this species… [Read More]
Wow!!! What a week it’s been! Temperatures have been high this week and the animals have been taking refuge from the sun and resting in the shade as well as frequenting numerous waterholes around the reserve. The Southern Pride continue to be seen as a unit of 5. They seem to be doing well for… [Read More]