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Mari du Preez

Mari du Preez

Love bird-watching. Most of my shots are taken with my Canon EF 100 mm macro lens and the trusty old Canon EFS 55-250 mm.

Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa

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Mari du Preez Triple Striped Peacock
Triple Striped Peacock commented on by Mari du Preez Okhahlamba Local Municipality, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa5 years ago

Thanks Johan!

Mari du Preez Brown ear tick
Brown ear tick commented on by Mari du Preez Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa6 years ago

Thanks for the suggestion!

Mari du Preez Lacewing eggs
Lacewing eggs commented on by Mari du Preez New South Wales, Australia6 years ago

fantastic capture! i've never seen it!

Mari du Preez Dung fly
Dung fly commented on by Mari du Preez Okhahlamba Local Municipality, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa6 years ago

@medusasnakes123 - if my ID is correct, then, YIP, it feasts on dung.

Mari du Preez Sawfly
Sawfly commented on by Mari du Preez Okhahlamba Local Municipality, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa6 years ago

Brilliant, thanks Juan

Mari du Preez Large-spotted genet
Large-spotted genet commented on by Mari du Preez Okhahlamba Local Municipality, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa6 years ago

i'll hold thumbs for, they are gorgeous!

Mari du Preez Large-spotted genet
Large-spotted genet commented on by Mari du Preez Okhahlamba Local Municipality, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa6 years ago

it was pure luck! it walked right up to our chalet! one of the kids spotted it! then we scrambled for a torch and the camera!

Mari du Preez White African Lion
White African Lion commented on by Mari du Preez Randburg, Gauteng, South Africa6 years ago

Thanks, it is the first time I see a cub and a male "cuddling" like that.

Mari du Preez Blesbok
Blesbok commented on by Mari du Preez Randburg, Gauteng, South Africa6 years ago

They are endemic to South Africa. They are smaller that a Kudu for example, about the same size as an Impala.
Here is a good link to other antelope is SA: http://www.biodiversityexplorer.org/mamm...

Mari du Preez Brown hyena
Brown hyena commented on by Mari du Preez Randburg, Gauteng, South Africa6 years ago

tnx