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Amy Attenborough

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Amy worked at Londolozi from 2014 to 2017, guiding full time before moving into the media department, where her photographic and story-telling skills shone through. Her deep love of all things wild and her spiritual connection to Africa set her writing and guiding ...

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on Extraordinary Moments With Leopards

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Byron Ross
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Great article and images Amy. thank you for sharing.

Marinda Drake
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Great blog. Beautiful images.

Wendy Hawkins
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Wonderful pictures Amy, thank you for sharing with us.

Jill Grady
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Fantastic write up Amy and really wonderful images of these incredibly beautiful creatures. Thanks to the Varty family and Londolozi, we are very privileged to be allowed a close glimpse into their lives. An experience I will remember for a lifetime.

john ridgewell
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PUURRRRRRR!!
Well captured Amy

Brian C
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Amy, the images of the mating leopards are outstanding (also good to hear DRB young female is still around). Your last paragraph was very sobering. Worldwide there are more leopards than tigers, lions or cheetahs, but leopard numbers are declining rapidly. In 100 years how many rhinos, elephants and big cats will be left?

Kim Kay
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Hi Amy
I have been reading your fantastic blogs and I must say they are so inspiring and interesting!
I am an artist living and painting in white river, and work closely with various conservation organizations. My works hang worldwide with various clientele; both in private collections as well as through various wildlife charities I like to support. Among many of them, I have recently exhibited in London together with Save The Waterberg Rhino and Tusk, Space for Giants – a UK based NGO operated out of Kenya, as well as Save the Rhino International and the Environmental Investigation Agency. I have recently been asked if I would exhibit at the Savoy in London in October this year in aid an honor of wild Tigers. I was so excited to see your blog and pics of your time in India. I wondered if you would allow me to work from some of your fantastic images as reference towards my paintings?
Look forward to hearing from you,
Regards,
Kim Kay

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