As 2018 draws to a close, we share with you some of our most popular photos of the year – photos liked, shared and commented on by you, our followers. Thank you all for your incredible support this year and we look forward to sharing many more wonderful sightings with you in 2019, a year… [Read More]
Ranger Profile: Terry Ennever
My name is Terry Ennever and I am part of the Sabi Sabi Social Media Team. I am senior ranger at Sabi Sabi and have been working here since January 2013. My love for wildlife started when I was 8 eight years old when I first visited the Sabi Sand Game Reserve and it had always been a dream of mine to work in this pristine reserve. Life started taking me a different route before I gave up the city lights of London and decided to return to my home country to follow my dream and embark on the journey of becoming a guide.
I had always had a passion for wildlife and photography and I'm in this enviable position and combining both of my passions on a daily basis. The thing I love about being a guide and a wildlife photographer is that no moment will ever be the same. The subject, its actions, the season, and the light are constantly dynamic and you only have a small opportunity to capture the mood and emotion of that sighting. I live and work in a very wildlife rich area and having the opportunity to try and capture this magnificent ecosystem is both a privilege and an honour. My objective with my images, is to try and give our followers a glimpse into my world and to feel my passion and celebrate wildlife in all its splendour.
Nikkor 200mm-400mm F4
Nikkor 70mm-200mm F2.8
Nikkor 24mm-70 F2.8
Nikkor 105mm Macro F2.8
Spring has sprung… and some of the migratory birds are returning for the warmer months, and what a fantastic sight to witness… Read more about this special time in Louise’s blog, Spring – A lovely reminder how beautiful change can be! We have had some stunning up-close elephant sightings. We watched as numerous herds moved… [Read More]
Well – last ever blog, I really don’t know where to start. For those of you who I have had the privilege of meeting and for those who have followed my previous blogs would know that I am very rarely short of words. This was echoed by the words of my previous Safari General Manager… [Read More]
We always say – nothing in the bush is predictable and no one knows what awaits you around the next bend… The young Mhangeni Pride proved just this when we found them one morning feeding on a kill… and not their normal prey either – a leopard!!! Predators will not usually seek out, hunt and… [Read More]