Thanks to our own extraordinary bushman and in-house talented photographer – Neil Bone – and fellow volunteer – Marcel Scioville – for most of these amazing pictures of our animals.
An Eland relaxes as he eats some dinner
A serval checks things out on the horizon
a tawny eagle stares from afar
A martial eagle watches over us as we drive to work
A goshawk looks curiously as we drive by into town.
A banded mongoose surprising us at the office early morning.
One amazingly colored bird resting on a small branch at out Mbube property.
One of our beautiful Nyala roams the bush
A crested barbet finds breakfast on one of our ant hills
A mongoose pops up and says hello while we drive safely by.
One of our famous zebras who hangs out with wildebeest instead of his own kind.
One of our elands poses for a photo in front of a neighboring zebra.
A beautiful hornbill sits and relaxes on one of our trees
One of our beautiful jackals that roam free
A spotted eagle owl rests on one of our security gates
A rare yet welcome site right outside of our office! A cheetah looks across around for company
Wildebeest move in herds across all our camps.
A giraffe peeks through to say hello as we quietly pass by
Some female impalas take notice as we approach with caution
One of our vultures gives us a questioning look
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Please read and share this important article on the recent #LionBone quota increase, in which Linda's letter to President #Ramaphosa pleading for a reversal of the decision is quoted.Find the article here: www.timeslive.co.za/news/sci-tech/2018-07-20-canned-lion-hunting-abhorrent-to-african-culture/You can read Linda's letter to President Ramaphosa on our blog here: whitelions.org/2018/07/19/letter-to-south-africas-president-on-behalf-our-lions/ ... Read MoreSee Less
King Letaba has been spending the cold winter days soaking up as much sunlight as possible - almost to the point that he starts looking like a Sun himself... 🦁🌞 ... Read MoreSee Less
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