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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 Leopards Continue to Amaze

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From Luddite Lodge
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What stunning photos, 20 years after I promised myself that one day I would visit Londolozi I find that six weeks today I will be arriving.

marinda drake
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It will be so sad if something happened to the Mashaba female. She was one of the first leoptds we saw at Londolozi, then still the Vomba young female. A beautiful leopard.

Lynn Rattray
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Wow…what a great post! Thanks for sharing. I’m always anxious to hear about the Nanga female and her offspring!

Tony Goldman
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I sure hope the Mashaba female is alright and well,she was beaten up when we saw her in May and have seen her on all of our 5 visits,such a beautiful leopard.

Jill Grady
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Such a beautiful leopard..I hope she is okay and will emerge again shortly. It would be so sad if she were gone. Please keep us updated James.

Brian C
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The lovely Mashaba female has been so successful but she has had a rough couple of months – losing her last litter and fighting with her niece. I’m glad you still see tracks of a female in her territory (how long do leopard tracks last usually?). I sure hope Mashaba is just being elusive…
Thanks for update and news about all of the leopards!

Arden A. Zalman
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Glad the Camp Pan Male is still going strong. Can’t wait to see him again next month. Great pictures of great leopards, thank you.

Wendy0210
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Wow these Leopards lead a very traumatic life in any Reserve & maybe now with the birthing of new “stock” it puts them under more pressure, but I wish it was a “perfect” world where all animals & man could get on & just enjoy, but its not. But if it is the same Nottens, she was seen with her cub in Sabi Sabi this morning 🙂 little one is looking beautiful.

S.w. Tsang
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LOVE LOVE ALL THE PICTURES OF THESE BEAUTIFUL CATS !

Louise Taback
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Awesome!!! Thankyou

Irene Nathanson
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wonderful thanks for sharing

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