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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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Great pics. Love the rhinos and the elephant.

James, what a wonderful blog – I saved Birmingham Lion Drink, Lappet Faced Vulture, Leopard Sandgrouse, Leopard Senegal Stalk, Ntsevu Lioness, James Souchon – Secretary Birds, James Shouchon – Rhinos in the Road, James Souchon – Zebra, Pete Thorpe – Elephant portrait, Pete Thorpe – Ximungwe, Ximungwe young male, Pete Thorpe – Senegal Bush.

Great set of shots James! We love the one that Pete got of the Elephant and the texture he got in the shot is super! We added it to our favorites.

The senegal bush has been very active, it is a beautiful animal. is there a coalition threatening birmingham? I heard reports that they put 4 young males to run
Excellent article, thanks James

Have never seen rhinos not walking. Interesting photo!

I thoroughly enjoyed the varied subjects of your photos this week, especially the hiding hippos and the mighty pea spider. Hoping for continued amazing and interesting sightings over the next week!

Thanks for the update, James!

Great shots – my favorite was the elephant. I love a good close-up. Their eyes and lashes are beautiful. The lion sightings sound incredible! Thanks so much.

Digital Ranger

beautiful pictures James. Would you guys consider doing more video vlogs or even doing fb lives? Would love to see in real time drives.
Wishing to back someday soon. 🙂

Hi Gemma,
We have discussed doing the live thing but feel we can add far more impact in our current format, as there are too many variables involved in a live drive, as well as poor signal out here in many spots which makes the continuity of a sighting unlikely…

Another beautiful gallery!!!

Great stuff as always James hope to see the Nhlanguleni female turn up alive and well soon wasn’t she raising a new litter of cubs? Also have you guys seen the Styx at all this past week?

Truly an astounding collection, James. From the Birmingham males spotlight to the green pea spider and dragonfly, to the two leopards in a tree, and three rhinos in the road to the secretary birds… I kept going back and forth again and again. Thank you so much!

Marvelous pictures. Love the one of the two leopards in the tree and the elephant.

Stunning photos❤️🔥❤️🔥

Love the stories behind the photos. Hope Nhlanguleni shows up soon. Love her and her girls.

Hi James! Great selection of photos! Hopefully the Nhlanguleni Female is alright. Assuming that she lost her cubs? Also, any word on the Ndzandzeni Female’s new litter? Do you know how many young males and females make up the Ntsevu youngsters?

Senior Digital Ranger

Great pics! A few saved to my favourites 🙂

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