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James Tyrrell

Photographic Guide/Media Team

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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barbara jones
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This is my dream job!!

Judy B.
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Love the history of the leopards! By the way, I am no longer receiving the blog. Can someone add me back in?

Amy Attenborough
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Hi Judy. Of course we can. Will sort that out for you. Please let me know if the problem persists. Thanks, Amy

TED SWINDON
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HI JAMES,
YOU CERTAINLY BROUGHT BACK SOME REALLY GOOD MEMORIES FOR ME.
I HAVE SPENT MANY HOURS AT LONDOLOZI DURING THIS SAME TIME PERIOD PHOTOGRAPHING AND VIEWING THESE MAGNIFICENTS LEOPARDS OVER THE YEARS, BUT TIMES MOVE ON AS WITH OUR LIVES.
I CAN TELL YOU THAT IT IS NO DIFFERENT NOW TO WHAT IT WAS THEN, THE LEOPARDS ARE STILL AS MAGNIFICENT AS EVER BEFORE, THE VIEWING IS STIIL SOME OF THE BEST LEOPARD VIEWING ON THE CONTINENT, AND PHOTOGRAPHICALLY, IT IS STILL ONE OF MY VERY BEST LOCALITIES FOR LEOPARD PHOTOGRAPHY.
I WAS EXTREMELY PRIVELEDGED TO VIEW ALL THE GREAT LEOPARDS YOU MENTION IN THIS GREAT BLOG.
THE NYLETHI FEMALE AND HER THREE SMALL CUBS WHICH SHE RAISED TO ADULT HOOD, WE NOW HAVE HAD THE PRIVELEDGE OF VIEWING THE BEAUTIFUL AND PETITE NANGA FEMALE, I HOPE SHE IS STILL ALIVE.
THE GRACEFUL LADY WHICH WAS NOTTENS, THE MAXABENE FEMALE WHO RAISED HER TWO BIG MALE CUBS, AND THE CAMP PAN MALE.
WHAT A PLEASURE AND PRIVELEDGE IT WAS TO HAVE VIEWED, AND PHOTOGRAPHED THESE LEOPARDS.
LONG MAY LONDOLOZI CONTINUE TO BE THE BEST PLACE ON THE AFRICAN CONTINENT FOR LEOPARD VIEWING AND PHOTOGRAPHY!
KIND REGARDS,
TED.

Blair S
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As usual James another great blog and I love your pics of the legend Camp Pan such a beast even if Anderson is slightly bigger than him he will never be the legend Camp Pan he will be his own legend like you said each leaves their own legacy that helps the species both from an offspring point of view and a conservation point of view on the subject of “The Ghost” have you seen him lately or is he still hanging most of the time in EP

James Tyrrell
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Hi Blair,
Apologies for late reply.
If by the Ghost you mean the Anderson male, yes sightings of him continue to be inconsistent. Maybe one every couple of weeks or so. I imagine he is around a bit more than we know of, but with most of our excursions to the north of the property being focused around the Tsalala pride that are currently denning small cubs in the Manyelethi, leopard activity in the far northwestern corner often takes a back seat!

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