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The duba files

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Correction Red Lechwe indeed.

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Stocky impalas after a visit to the horn-dresser?

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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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Now THAT's a LION.

 

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

 

Yes that's one of my absolute 2 favourites from his excellent Duba portfolio- the other one is the hamerkop landing with its chick.

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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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Lion Cub, Duba Plains

 

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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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Sunset at Buffalo Point

 

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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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