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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 Virtual Game Drives: The Week in Video #13

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Love the videos. The pups are the stars. Great to see the Tsalala female and cub doing well.

Oh how absolutely wonderful…wow…what an afternoon!….The gorgeous Tsalala female and her beautiful daughter and the lovely wild dog puppies!….just fantastic guys….thankyou SOoo much……

Senior Digital Ranger

A million thanks. Well, at least thirteen. Lucky thirteen, indeed. All the best to the Londolozi family from the northwest corner of Wyoming, USA.

James, do you have drone?

Those pups are simply the cutest! With their tiny legs, pot bellies and huge ears. I could watch them for hours on end! Thanks for another great week.

Another gem of video. So good to see the pups are well, Tsalala’s cub is healthy and growing and Mashaba is seemingly pregnant. All is good in Londolozi land.

What an incredibly enriching experience!
The interplay among the pups reminded me of a time in Botswana when we approached a hyena den and saw the pups there engaging with each other.

Wow, what can I say? That was fantastic viewing. Thank you so much for your superb videos!

What a special thrill watching the pups play!!!!!!!

Another amazing video!!

Thank you very much for another great virtual game drive!

Love your posts – thank you – so knowledgable! So enjoying watching the pups grow up!

Senior Digital Ranger

Couldn’t have asked for a better Week!
Absolutely the a BEST!

What a week! James, are the Tsalala Lioness and her daughter still frequenting the Sand River or are they moving a bit further afield now that the youngster is getting bigger? Has either of the Birmingham Males been seen with them recently?

So so special. Good news is what we need right now. Thank you.

Digital Ranger

The best The Week in Video ever, thank you James

So happy to hear the exciting news that the Tsalala lioness and her cub are alive and well!

Thank you for all the great videos, always amazing!

Thanks for sharing James…brings back wonderful African memories and gets me pumped for visit next spring.

Senior Digital Ranger

I really love that little wild dog family, they are so special! Another awesome week, thanks for sharing

The new wild dog pack continues to be the gift that keeps giving!!

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