2016-01-26: WPC Optimistic

I am optimistic that all of these beautiful creatures will have the opportunity to live out their lives in the way nature intended, without the influence of poacher’s or trophy hunter’s bullets.  That is my hope, and if like minded people continue to join together, perhaps it will happen in my lifetime.

 

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This pangolin was definitely the most photographed animal on Londolozi that day. It was one of my safari dreams to see a pangolin. 
Londolozi, May 2015

 

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A leopard with one of her young, as they worked to reunite with the second cup (gratefully we were able to witness the reunion). 
Ngala Game Reserve, May 2015

 

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Part of an elephant parade on route to a waterhole for an early evening drink. 
Sabi Sands, May 2015

 

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A rhino calf eyes us up while his Mom has a drink. 
Phinda Game Reserve, April 2015

 

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We were fortunate to spend time with this lioness with her pair of young cubs (one was lying flat behind Mom when I snapped this). 
Kalahari Desert, April 2015

 

WPC: Optimistic

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