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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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on Birding For Beginners: Eagles

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Christa Blessing
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Thank you very much for the great explanations of all these eagles. It is so much easier to understand the differences between them when one can see and compare them like this. I have not always been that much interested in birds, but since I have been on safaris many times I think it is wonderful to try and identify as many birds as possible.

Mary
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Wow what gorgeous Eagles. Thanks for sharing:)

Martha Myers
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This was an excellent article, full of pertinent information and stunning images. I’d like to suggest that you focus on weavers or on hornbills next. Thank you!

James Tyrrell
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Hi Martha,
Glad you enjoyed it. Hornbill and weavers coming soon…

Jill Larone
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Hi James, fascinating write-up, which I thoroughly enjoyed! The Fish Eagle, in my opinion, is the most beautiful of Africa’s Eagles and immediately brings back great memories for me — of watching this majestic bird soaring above us while sitting on Tree Camp deck. There are so many beautiful African birds and I can’t wait to see which bird group you choose to focus on for your next post!

James Tyrrell
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Thanks Jill,

Is there a single family you’d like us to cover in future?

Sidney
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Great article! I suggest a post focused on vultures or Accipiters in future.

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