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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 The Week in Pictures #261

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Gillian Evans
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Beautiful photos as always.. love the giraffe drinking and the black and white lion and of course the leopard cubs – how special!- can’t wait to get back to Londolozi!

Lynn Rattray
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Thanks so much for the pics of Nanga and her cubs! Love that leopard! So beautiful. I so hope she is successful in raising these cubs to adulthood. Keep ’em coming! Thanks

Senior Moment
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Isn’t patience such a key to wonderful moments ? Had some wonderful moments at Londolozi due to patience and guides who were prepared to wait (Andrea and Simon)

Bridie Tane
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So looking forward to being with you tomorrow!!

Audrey Kubie
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What a spectacular week in photos!!! I especially love seeing the growing ostriches and the common, yet exquisite, impalas!

Vicky Sanders
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As always, lovely photos. I love the look of the quickly growing ostrich chicks! It’s nice to see the Majingis after several years although I hope the Matimbas steer clear. They are all magnificent males.

Georgel
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I also hope the Majingilanes steer clear. (The Matimbas showed in many occasions that they are not very impressed by the Majingilanes.)

Georgel
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In the social media people started to talk about a possible threat coming from another coalition who actually pushed the Majingilanes to the East. Do you know something about this?

Danielle Hoefer
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I must tell you this blog, your stories, and photos never fail to brighten my day. Thanks.

Guido,Dina
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great pictures as usual!

Jill Larone
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Stunning pictures, as always, Amy! It’s nice to see the Majingilane back on Londolozi but I worry for the new cubs. It will be interesting to see what develops next — let’s hope none of the Majingilane or Matimbas are injured.

Stuart Manford
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[A Majingilane male lion roars on the Londolozi airstrip],
Hi Amy, is that a wound on the side of the Majingilane male’s face? It might only be the photo but it looks like he’s lost a bottom tooth too

Amy Attenborough
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Hi Stuart. Ya you’re right he does have a wound below his eye. Although it’s quite swollen at the moment it doesn’t seem to be troubling him too much and I’m not sure when he lost a tooth but it is definitely missing…

Bev Goodlace
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Stunning – thanks Amy! Love the ostriches – great shots James. Had the most spectacular leopard sightings last weekend and, as usual, cannot wait to get back next year. Thanks everyone.

Stuart Manford
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I’d hate to see the other guy! (Buffalo, maybe another lion?)
Please tell my little, baby sister (Alice Brewer) to send me more photos! 🙂

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