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JohnT

Brilliant shot Martin, really is. The B&W just does it.

We saw the Roan at that spot in October last year.

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Soukous

Stanley & Livingstone Private Reserve, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

 

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madaboutcheetah

@@Soukous - how did you process that last image, if you don't mind my asking? It's very artistic .......

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Treepol

This female and calf were seen in Mahango Game Reserve, Caprivi in September 2014

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This male was seen in Buffalo Core, Bwabwata NP, Caprivi September 2014

 

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Soukous

not quite a back scratcher, but still a very fine set of horns

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africaaddict

One more from Moremi back in Sept '09.

 

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Cheers

Marc

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wenchy

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Kalahari 2015

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Game Warden

This topic needs more sables...

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Bush dog

@@Game Warden

 

Taken in Hwange last month!

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Wild Dogger

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Lebala, Botswana

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optig

I have to say that I was lucky enough to see sable bulls in both Pamushana and even in Gonorezhou national Park. They're absolutely my favorite antelope,along with klipspringer.

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Wild Dogger

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Another one from Lebala

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Soukous

Khwai Concession, Okavango Delta.

 

 

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Leroy

I currently did a safari in Shimba Hills but saw no Sables....

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madaboutcheetah
15 hours ago, Leroy said:

I currently did a safari in Shimba Hills but saw no Sables....

 

Where is Shimba Hills? Zimbabwe?

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Bush dog
1 hour ago, madaboutcheetah said:

 

Where is Shimba Hills? Zimbabwe?

 

Kenya.

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africaaddict
3 hours ago, madaboutcheetah said:

 

Where is Shimba Hills? Zimbabwe?

 

If you want Sable Hari, Moremi & Chobe are two of the best areas, as you might know.;)

I head to Moremi in 3 weeks and look forward to photographing some nice herds.

Chers

Marc

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Game Warden

@africaaddict We look foward to your additions in this topic Marc...

 

Matt

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AfricIan

Liwonde & Majete in Malawi are also good for Sable

 

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Liwonde, June 2017

 

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Majete, June 2017

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Wild Dogger

Taken at Mapula Camp, north western Okavango Delta in November 2018181115-Mapula-0463.jpg.300544a7f5c9f618932a9ca3373086bd.jpg

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Alex Rogers

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My first sable ever. Moremi, July 2019. Stunning animal, and quite the poseur. 

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Peter Connan

Beautiful!

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optig

These are sable antelope which I saw in Liwonde National Park in 2018.

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