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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 The Week in Pictures #408

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Doug Hammerich
Senior Digital Ranger

I’ve been away a few weeks in Italy, but the Londolozi blog is nice to come home to–especially TWIP! Thank you.

Denise Vouri
Guest contributor

Another wonderful week in photos! Loved the elephant in the crouch position- who would have thought they could or would assume this position in order to get to water or whatever….

Joan Schmiidt
Digital Tracker

James, I hope the cheetahs are there when we come in 2020

Victoria Auchincloss
Senior Digital Ranger

Another wonderful glimpse into the world of Londolozi. The elephant crawling down the embankment is wonder! Question? Why do Maribor Storks look like leftover elderly shabby clerks in a Dickens novel? Weird! Thanks for the pictures! Victoria

Great photos as always James! Given Kunyuma/Senegal Bush Male is moving further west, has this brought him any closer to where Hosana (his younger half-brother) has been seen?

Also, great to see the Ntsevu cubs doing so well and the Birminghams holding onto the territory. How many female and male cubs does the pride have and how is the injured Birmingham doing?

James Tyrrell
Photographic Guide/Media Team

Hi Michael,
No He is still some way from where the Hosana male has been establishing himself, so if things continue the way they are, they probably won’t be bumping into each other any time soon.
The injured Birmingham male is still hanging in there, and I’m ashamed to say I still don’t know what the cub breakdown is in the Ntsevu pride!!!

Thanks for the response James! Will be interesting to see how things go with regards to the male dynamics. And no worries on the sex ratio, I’m sure we will find out in time. With so many cubs I’m sure it can be hard to keep track of which cubs you’ve counted.

Michael & Terri Klauber
Guest contributor

Thanks for another amazing set of shots and the tease about the Ostrich nest! 😉 Looking forward to see you here in the US soon with the rest of the Londolozi visitors for SafariSarasota.com !

Vin Beni
Digital Tracker

Never get tired of the brilliant colors on the beaks and eyes of the oxpeckers.
Close-up of the giraffe hide was also interesting.

Susan Strauss
Senior Digital Ranger

Love the Elie and the Cheetah shots

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