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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 What Can We See When No One’s Watching? Part 2

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Ginger Brucker
Explorer

I love this different, on the ground view of the wildlife, especially those that are curious of this “addition” in their space.

Chelsea Allard
Explorer

I was surprised how much the African Wildcat resembles a housecat. Are they similarly sized to their domestic cousins?

Darlene Knott
Senior Digital Ranger

Great fun shots! Loved them. Thanks for sharing, James.

Wendy Macnicol
Explorer

Hi James. Thanks for all the above shots. Just have one question. Where we go to the Bush in the Waterberg we normally see the Black Backed Jackal. Why do you mention the grass height as affecting the Side Striped and the Black Backed? Why should Wildebeests affect the Jackals? Please would you explain more fully. Thanks so much! Wendy M

Ian Hall
Senior Digital Ranger

We look forward to the caracal photo…

Ian Hall
Senior Digital Ranger

Interesting that ostriches seem to be migrating to Londolozi

James Tyrrell
Photographic Guide/Media Team

We saw six this morning Ian!

Mary Beth Wheeler
Guest contributor

What a fun series of photos! The range of wildlife at Londolozi continues to amaze me and confirms what I tell me people who ask me where to go if they have only one chance to go on safari in Africa – Londolozi!

Leonie De Young
Explorer

Have really enjoyed the blogs about the camera traps. Amusing (well I guess expensive also) that the hyenas have nabbed the cameras. I was watching Africam one evening some time ago and a lioness took out their camera. Have also seen ellies get upset by the noise of the camera movement. Some really good pics though. Thanks for sharing.

Callum Evans
Guest contributor

Nice results!! I’ve wondered as to why there are never any photos of black-backed jackals in Londoz, as they are common in other parts of the Greater Kruger

Marinda Drake
Master Tracker

It seems that jackals get caught more than the other animals. They were the only animals we managed to catch on the camera trap at Rooiputs in the Kgalagadi although we found lion tracks all around our camp.

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