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Amy Attenborough

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Amy has a rich field-guiding history, having spent time at both Phinda and Ngala Game Reserves. This diversity of past guiding locations brought her an intimate understanding of different biomes across South Africa, and she immediately began making a name for herself as ...

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Sean Cresswell
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Buttonquail chick! Incredible!!

Gillian Evans
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Amazing crocodile shot Sean ! Thanks for the update Amy and keeping us connected to Londolozi!

Jenny
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Wonderful photos Amy – incredible light and the best Rhino ! Thank you.

Morgan
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Great piece. Who is the father of the the Tailess lioness’s cubs.

Amy Attenborough
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Hi Morgan. We can only assume that the fathers are the Matimba males. They seem to be the only males that have been in the vicinity of the lioness in the last few months. The males have subsequently moved north of Londolozi though so it will be interesting to see how this affects their survival chances. Thanks, Amy

Chuck Illig
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Great photos as always most enjoyable THANKS

Lea
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Nice blog Amy, thank you. Great pics of the animals and the most beautiful sunrise. Awesome.

King Golden Mane Majingilane
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Is the youngest Tasalala female also pregnant or just Tailless ?Is tailless the mother of the 2011 Tasalala female or it it Tailed lioness ?And is the pride at a safe distance from the Mathshapiri males

Amy Attenborough
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No the younger female is not pregnant, it is only tailless that has produced a litter. The mother of the 2011 Tsalala female is the tailed lioness and at the moment the pride is well out of range of the Matshipiri males. The area that she is believed to be denning the cubs is an area that we have never seen the MAtshipiri males in before.

Morgan
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Thanks

Darlene Knott
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Wonderful shots! Enjoyed them all! Thanks for sharing.

Wendy Hawkins
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Wow its amazing how quickly the grass has changed colour when only a few months ago, you were drought stricken, then rains fell, everything turned green!! All the pictures are stunning, especially the sunrise, which the bushveld always seems to deliver 🙂 Thank you Amy. Have a great week

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