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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 this week. Love the yellow billed oxpecker and paradise flycatcher. Classic pic of James with his mud “boots”.

Senior Digital Ranger

A pleasure, as always. Thank you for sharing your little piece of paradise!

Master Tracker

Hoping the wild dog pups are ok

Whoa – you can’t leave me hanging like that about the Wild Dog puppies – I am freaking out now! What has happened??

What a beautiful bird, the African paradise flycatcher!

Senior Digital Ranger

Thank you again for such great photos… this week there seems to be such a peace and calm that comes through… the season in changing..
The mother cheetah and her cub is beautiful and the wild dogs???? Hate the suspense… so hope they are all still with us…stay warm, healthy and safe…♥️

A really nice mix of pics for TWIP James. Hard to pick a favourite as they are all good. Interesting to see the hooves of the Klipspringer. Mother Nature surely did a great job when creating all animals. Thanks for sharing with us. Hope all at Londolozi are well and staying safe.

Beautiful African Paradise Flycatcher and the Klipspringers look like thy have ballerina shoes on!

Senior Digital Ranger

great pictures!

Great selection of photos James! Am curious to know if you all know of any active hyena dens on Londolozi at the moment? Also very interesting that the one Ntsevu lioness hasn’t fallen pregnant. I know that one of the older Othawa Pride lionesses is now around 13-years old and has never produced cubs though still comes into estrus. Wonder what causes that?

Digital Ranger

Will the Ntsevu lioness be upside if she could not have cubs?

Senior Digital Ranger

This weeks pictures are wonderful! (as usual!) They brought a smile to my day! Thank you!

Wonderful pictures again, all of them.
The light on the puppy is perfect and also on the oxpecker and the paradise flycatcher, I think.
I love the picture of the cheetah mom and cubs.
And James S’s muddy feet are quite impressive. Must have bee awfully cold…

Thanks you very much for the update and the great pictures as usual.
Kind regards, Tino Armando.

I’m fearful about the update for the Wild Dog pups…what is the news?

No matter the weather- you’ve posted some interesting and unique photos this week like Jame’s S Buffalo and your Klipspringer legs. I’m dreading reading your instagram feed tonight as I fear some pups are gone….. such is nature.

I just went to the Instagram feed and listened/watched your dismay to discover that 7 pups are missing. I know not to become attached but I was invested in this family’s success.. fingers crossed the three survive.

A wonderful week of photos; especially diverse in subject, content, and context! Lovely!

Hi there James T. A bunch of wonderful pics this week. I had a problem choosing which Wild Life pic to take as a screensaver. The one of the Paradise Flycatcher or the one of the Wild Life Home Sapiens sitting in the Landdrover with the muddy legs. Didn’t realize he was part of the Water Life at Londolozi. One lives and learns, doesn’t one? Wendy M

Senior Digital Ranger

Thanks for another great week of pictures. The news about the wild dog pups is truly devastating, even though “it’s nature” I’m sure it doesn’t make it any easier no matter how hardened you may be to these types of situations.

..and what a week it’s been..great shots James! The paradise flycatcher so reminds me of my childhood in White River, we were blessed with many in the garden….haven’t seen them for years !

I’m glad I didn’t miss this week’s pictures. Wonderful! So many special captures.

My heart is broken…what happened to the wild dog pups?????There were three…now?? how many?

How cute to see James Souchon with mud stockings! The African Paradise Flycatcher and Klipspringer shots are really special!

The paradise fly catcher is beautifully coloured and we have a pair here in our garden. The senegal bush male leopard is one of my favourite leopards. Loved the foto of the buffalo cow having a swim. Beautiful foto of the klipspringers hooves, looks as if they jump on their toes from one rock to another.

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