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One of the Duba Boys about a month before he died

 

 

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Now THAT's a LION.

 

I hope Johan shows his pic of Silvereye, just after she ate.

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Wild dogger, sad to see one of the boys like this.

 

Thanks everyone, we'll see if Silver Eye makes her appearance at some point. ;)

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Grey-hooded kingfisher photographed at camp.

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Not only buffalo are on the Tsaro pride's menu

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Ma Di Tau, the lioness made famous in the Joubert's "The Last Lions" movie.

 

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The most common antelope seen at Duba: red lechwe

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The other Duba Boy feeding on a buffalo carcass

 

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Red Lechwe bounding through water, Duba Plains

 

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AKR1, you must be very tall to get an angle like that...

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I would ask what is causing them to bound through the water?

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Open-billed stork in flight

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Lechwe leaping through water, DP.

 

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A classic shot from Duba

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Wattled cranes: one of the key species in Northern Botswana

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Did I tell you you could take a picture of me????

 

Bull Hippo, protecting its territory, Duba Plains

 

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Saddled billed stork, taking off, DP.

 

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The stunning Duba Plains concession (NG 23). With or without lion/buffalo interaction, one of the planet's great safari destinations!

 

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I agree, although I'm a bit concerned now that it is a Great Plains operation.

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Pangolin, you have every right to do so.

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Calling her sisters.

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Nice johan. I would love to get a photo of a lion/ess doing that at dawn with steam breath visible... but the unco-operative brutes simply won't comply with my requests!

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Why the concern about Great Plains? It is owned by the Jouberts whose credentials speak for themselves. The only concern I have is the possibility of what I call the Momboization of some of their camps such as Zafara and Mara Plains, and if Duba Plains goes the same route making it unaffordable. On the other hand if the market will bear it what's wrong with that?

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