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James Tyrrell

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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 Virtual Game Drives: The Week in Video #12

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Francesca Doria
Explorer

Wonderful biodiversity in Londolozi. Let’s hope you’ll have one more white-headed eagle once the chick grows and one more leopard to add to your precious family tree. Fingers crossed for them.

Marinda Drake
Master Tracker

Great videos this week. Fantastic to hear the pups are doing well. The Ximungwe young male is lovely. Quite inquisitive. The Ntsevu pride is impressive. Great capture of them all drinking water.

Vin Beni
Guest contributor

Love the leopard “training” videos!

Victoria Auchincloss
Digital Tracker

Always so many different things to watch! Love the antics of the young leopard. I cannot say often enough how your stories,blogs and photos brighten me mornings, especially in what are for us worrying times! Thank you and stay safe. Victoria

Denise Vouri
Guest contributor

Certainly enjoy the virtual game drives and especially your new young, goofy leopard. It’s so much fun to watch his antics, while practicing his stalking/hunting techniques, or maybe he’s just being an adolescent! All your other reports are good- pups safe, possible new white headed vulture….. have the Ntsevu pride list a couple of cubs?

Kara Taylor
Senior Digital Ranger

I loved watching the antics of the Ximungwe male…. he’s quite comical as he figures things out!

Irene Henkes
Explorer

I love the videos, thank you!

Thank you very much for this wonderful virtual game drive. The lions are really impressive. To see the young ones grow and mature is great.
Of course, I liked best the antics of that young male leopard. It’s just hilarious!I hope that you can make more videos of him.
And that the wild dog pups are still fine, is really good. They are so cute.

What an exceptional and glorious perspective!!!

Susan Strauss
Senior Digital Ranger

Thank you James squared ❤️ If ever one of you has extra time could you share an extended video sitting with elephants? Oh, how I miss them. 🙏🐘🙏🐘🙏

Cally Staniland
Explorer

Wonderful reliving the week in videos …just love the ‘collar’ marking on the Ximungwe young male leopard… sooo handsome !!! Thanks again for some splendid game drives 🙏🏻👌🏻💕💕

Trish Monck
Explorer

Any word on the Tsalala lioness and her cub?

Joanalee Oneil
Explorer

This Video was great, angles from all different animals. Glad the animals are doing well.

Suzanne Gibson
Guest contributor

Thank you so much for another wonderful video – it’s the sounds as much as the pictures that make me feel I’m back at Londololzi. How lucky you are to see the Ntsevu pride on the move – I saw most of them last September, but they were all happily snoozing, still an amazing sight though. I suspect by the time we’re able to return the pride will have split – is it the largest pride you’ve ever seen there?

Dianne Riddel
Explorer

great movie James

Nadine Ireland
Explorer

There were some wonderful sequences in this video, especially of the huge Ntsevu Pride. I’m happy that the wild dog pups are safe so far. I commend you all for your commitment to and passion for your work among the amazing wildlife of the region.

Nicole Bernhardt
Senior Digital Ranger

That Ximungwe young male is simply the best, I really love the posts and videos you share of him. I’m hoping to visit at some point and see him in real time!

Paul Canales
Senior Digital Ranger

Another week of incredible footage! Bravissimo!!

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