- A female cheetah and her 3 cubs in the Kalagadi Transfrontier Park – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6fkuql5hGtg
- Another one of the same cheetah family – this one shows the incredible size of a bull Eland who is at the same waterhole – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MVVeoqjWSwg
- Lioness protects cubs at Sabi Sands – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IcG-odeq6wU
Mark has some truly exquisite photographs. This is a very small selection – if you click on an image you will be taken to his website, where the images are optimised for web display.
Anja Denker Wildlife Photography and Visual Art
I loved scrolling through Anja’s beautiful images on her Facebook page. She is a talented photographer who captures the heart of Africa. Her passion for nature really shines through.
Follow her on Facebook to see more of her images.
- 2 lions, 1 cheetah – who wins? By Zane Engelbrecht – a great story about different species’ interaction as well as some awesome photos: http://blog.africageographic.com/africa-geographic-blog/wildlife/2-lions-1-cheetah-who-wins/
- The lions of Sabi Sabi – http://www.sabisabi.com/blog/2651/family-values/
- The team at Wild Eye are running a series on lens choices for photography in different game reserves. This one is on Pilanesberg: http://photography.wild-eye.co.za/lens-choices-for-photography-in-pilanesberg-national-park/
- Horseback safaris around South Africa – for a great selection of rides, have a look at this list – http://www.southafrica.info/travel/adventure/horseriding.htm#.UWLET1fIuSo
- Hot air Balloon Safari over Pilanesberg – http://pilanesberggamereserve.com/pilanesberg-game-reserve/airtrackers-balloon-safaris.html (Please note this is just one of several operators that offer Balloon Safaris over Pilanesberg – you can search for others online)
- For all things pertaining to KwaZulu-Natal, this website is a useful resource – http://www.safarikzn.com/index.html. Mark Henson is from the UK but has spent many years travelling around South Africa and in particular, KwaZulu Natal. He has gathered an incredible amount of helpful information. We will be featuring articles and reviews from this site in future
- I enjoyed having a look around this website for wildlife in Senegal – http://www.senegalwildlife.org/home
- Acacia Adventure Holidays – have a look at the tours on offer and stand a chance to WIN a seat (or possibly 2) on one of them by entering here – http://www.facebook.com/Acacia.Africa/app_111851658954968
- Join the Wild Eye team on the Great Migration Photographic Safari. For more information and dates – http://photography.wild-eye.co.za/photographic-safaris-and-tours/2013-photographic-safaris-tours/photo-safari-the-great-migration/
- The Briton saving Africa’s elephants: Former Manchester schoolboy’s extraordinary jungle mission to rescue rare breed butchered for their tusks. By Ian Birrell – www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2298099/The-Briton-saving-Africas-elephants-Former-Manchester-schoolboys-extraordinary-jungle-mission-rescue-rare-breed-butchered-tusks.html?ito=feeds-newsxml
- Ethiopian girl reportedly guarded by lions. This is a story from 2005 but still very interesting to read – http://www.nbcnews.com/id/8305836/ns/world_news-africa/t/ethiopian-girl-reportedly-guarded-lions/
A great special from Rhino River Lodge in Zululand, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
- Experts: State of emergency facing Sabah’s Sumatran rhino – http://www.dailyexpress.com.my/read.cfm?NewsID=1150
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