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James Tyrrell


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 Tsalala Males Return and Kill Zebra

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Wonderful news James. I do hope that they stay around Londolozi.

James, So good to hear the prides are returning to Londolozi. It seems after reading the daily Blog that many of the named families or direct descendants are returning after a period in which they were not seen for awhile. Is this the normal cycle or particular to Londolozi? If I were a lion why would I go anywhere else? I mean good food, friendly preservationists, nice visitors. Its all there at Londolozi.

Interesting dynamics! Beautiful photos of the lions—I hope they remain in the region! Thanks for sharing.

Hi Alfie, we remember all the wonderful sights we had with you and Terence. Hope to see you both in January. Did Terence have a boy?!? Victoria

Its awesome to see the brothers together but worrying about their sister is she still doing well

So glad these nomads are finding food, albeit bits, at opportune moments and hope they stay safe as they age and as territories are firmly reaffirmed. The image of the skull proved your point that every shread of food is important to these young males! I learned a few new things from you today. Thanks!

That’s great news! Wonder how this will affect the lion dynamics at Londolozi?

Great news! It’s good to know they’re staying under the radar of the other coalitions, finding meals as needed. Are the Tsala males a break off from the Mhagene super pride?

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