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Tutlwa 4:3 Female

Tutlwa 4:3 Female

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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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Gillian Lacey
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We were fortunate to be with Jerry (and Andrea) earlier this year when he spotted the Kunyuma male leopard a ridiculous distance away. He had seen the outline of the leopards legs dangling beneath the branches of a tree. Awesome spot..! Great to read a blog about Jerry – such a nice guy – we so enjoyed our time with him & Andrea

Pat Meadowcroft
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I loved my tracker Bennett! He was masterful in his teacking ability!

Pat Meadowcroft
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Sorry for the typing error. Bennett was masterful in his tracking ability and made every drive memorable!

Wendy Hawkins
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Wow how fantastic was that spot!! Well done Jerry & keep it up so us blog followers can enjoy & dream!! 🙂

tom
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Jerry!!!! Inspiring as always!

Jill Larone
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That’s absolutely amazing Jerry! I will say it again — the Londolozi Trackers are the best in the world!

Rich
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Amazing spot Jerry! Thats incredible vision

Cal Butler
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Absolutely phenomenal!! That’s top class spotting!

Trevor
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One can understand the enormity of wfeat when highly experienced Rangers like Tom and Rich pay tribute. Great spotting Jerry.

MJ Bradley
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Wow! What a great spot! Londolozi is fortunate to have such wonderful people on their staff.
congratulations Jerry! Thank you for sharing!

Suecol777
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This amazing story reminds me of a story from Jock of The Bushveld. Percy Fitzpatrick and his mentor were out hunting one day and the older man silengthy indicated towards a thicket. Percy couldn’t see anything however hard he tried. Losing patience the old man picked up a stone and threw it. An enormous herd of impala erupted out of the thicket and raced past them. Percy reckoned about 2000 and he was so astounded by the sight he forgot even to take a shot! Those who live in the bush are attuned to their surroundings in a way that we city idiots can’t begin to understand. I don’t know if Jerry has a driver’s licence but I bet he’s a fantastic driver!

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