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James Tyrrell

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James had hardly touched a camera when he came to Londolozi, but his writing skills that complemented his Honours degree in Zoology meant that he was quickly snapped up by the Londolozi blog team. An environment rich in photographers helped him develop the ...

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on The Week in Pictures #90

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Irene Nathanson
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Love these photos! Thanks for sharing-See you in October

Lynn Rattray
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Thanks so much, Jamaes! Love your photos! See you in a few weeks!!!

Tony Goldman
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Love all the photo`s and updates,see you next week !!!

Daniella
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I know this week in pictures. It was a good week 🙂 thanks for sharing, James!
Daniella &Marsel

John Wilson
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Hi James, I think the hawk is a blackshouldered kite. As always love your photos, thanks for sharing.

James Tyrrell
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Hi John,

A good guess, but it is in fact a Shikra, or Little Banded Goshawk, as it used to be known…

Hope you are well!

James

Anna
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Great pictures James!

colo43
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Beautiful shots.

Evette Hartig
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What a great week in pictures James. Looking forward to next weeks pictures and then we are off to Africa and back to Londolozi the end of the month!

MJ
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Thank you for sharing your beautiful pictures!

Wendy Hawkins
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Fantastic pictures of the owl thank you. I think the bird is a Shikra (Little Banded Goshawk)? As usual your pictures enthrall me, so if you ever feel like putting them on twice a week, no objections will be from me 🙂
Thanks James

Suzanne Gibson
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Hello James, thanks for another great Week in Pictures. Have any of you seen the Dudley Riverbank cub at all? – I know she would be around 17 months old now, so no longer a cub, but I was lucky enough to see her at 1 month old and am anxious for news about her. I regularly scan the sightings page, and see her mother was seen on 29th July, but there’s been no mention of her for a very long time.

James Tyrrell
Photographic Guide/Media Team

Hi Suzanne,

Ranger Kate Imrie bumped into her only a few weeks ago down in the Dudley Riverbank area. She and her mother appear to have been forced east by the Tamboti female, but from what we can gather they are both alive and well.

James

Carol Robinson
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Thank you James, what a treat – great mating photos – all four paws off the ground!!

Gavin
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JT… Awesome photos as usual… In particular the leopards mating!!! Awesome Awesome Awesome!!

Gavin

P.S. Also enjoyed the suttle way, you avoided identifying the accipiter.

James Tyrrell
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Shikra/Little banded Goshawk.

Better than a feral pigeon, which I’m guessing makes up the bulk of your viewing at the moment…?

Haha 😉

James Tyrrell
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Also you misspelt ‘Subtle’…

James Tyrrell
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Gavin Rosenbaum I’m assuming this is you?

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