The Week in Pictures #144 | Londolozi Blog

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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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marinda drake
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Beautiful pics. Sad to hear about the Nanga cub. Awesome PIC of the Marthly male

Lynn Rattray
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I’m so hoping the Nanga cub was not killed. How will the Nanga and Tutlwa co-exist in the same territory?

Tony Goldman
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Great shots as always,love the hyena cubs and the cheetah at sunset-Anyone seen the Mashaba female James?

James T
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Hi Tony,

She’s alive and well! We saw her this morning to the west of camp with a full belly 🙂

James

Tony Goldman
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Thanks,James that is great news.

Brian C
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Beautiful shots— the colors of the sunset with cheetah are gorgeous. I had not really thought infanticide by female leopards was a possibility. WOW! In last couple of years, a number of leopard cubs have reached independence successfully. It has been absolutely wonderful to see, but maybe is putting more territorial pressure on all of the female leopards. Hope Tutlwa and Nanga females can work out territorial differences without doing battle and the remaining Nanga cub survives this difficult time.

suzanne gibson
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Wonderful, wonderful pictures again, James. I’m returning to Founders in 2 weeks and am beyond excited! I’m looking forward to getting some photography tips, and hoping to see Camp Pan and the Makhotini male for the 5th year running!

Jill Grady
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Fantastic photographs James! The Cheetah at sunset is stunning and my favourite, but they are all really wonderful. I’m so sorry to hear about the Nanga cub.

Wendy0210
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Wonderful pictures James, especially the Cheetah & poor little ellie looking rather embarrassed being caught literally “with his pants down”. Hope you have good news of the Nanga cub next post.

Ted Swindon
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HI JAMES, GREAT PICTURES AND I AM PLEASED TO HEAR THAT THE MASHABA FEMALE HAS BEEN SEEN AGAIN! I HAVE NOT MADE MUCH OF A CONTRIBUTION TO THE BLOG IN RECENT MONTHS AS I HAVE BEEN TRAVELLING FAIRLY EXTENSIVELY, BUT I AM STILL READING ALL THE NEWS! KEEP IT COMING AND I WILL SEE YOU ALL AT THE END OF SEPTEMBER.
KIND REGARDS,
TED.

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