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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 A Heartbreaking Find

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Lynn Erasmus
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Years ago, I pondered the habitually popular belief that elephants destroy their environment. I asked myself why these majestic creatures would willfully destroy a renewable resource and I concluded that they wouldn’t (that seems to be solely Man’s prerogative)!
It’s been documented that elephants will remove trees and branches that have been destroyed by termite infestations, with the likelihood of preventing the infestation from spreading.

Sharon Blackburn
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Beautiful, Amy

Senior Moment
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I was relieved it wasn’t the ostriches

Debbie
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Ah – so sad to hear about that tree Ames – have so many pictures of the kids climbing that branch. It represents moments, sightings and happy times – can’t believe it won’t be there the next time we visit Marthly Pools.

Alison Smith
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Wonderful read Amy thank you!!

Patti Webb
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Amy, please tell me when that TOP video was taken. We (6 Webbs) were there in Aug 2014 with Dan as our driver and Richard as our tracker. I think I have those pics. Wow!!! Saw that tree again this last August. Great memories!

Amy Attenborough
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Hi Patti. This video was from July 2011. The Tsalala Pride really did love playing in its boughs so it’s no surprise you have pics from your stay in 2014. But great memories as you say!!

Bob & Lucie
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Amy the philosopher … well spoken description of the circle of life in a slightly different context.

Jane Thomson
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Excellent blog Amy, thank you

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