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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 7 Wild Dog Pup Photos to Make You Smile

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Sad that only 7 remain, but they are growing fast …. the parent’s are doing an amazing job

George Prior
Explorer

Stunning. Following this story with avid interest.

Kenneth Macleod
Explorer

Unreal pictures Jamo so they haven’t moved off yet, hopefully there’s still a chance they will take up residence

Victoria Auchincloss
Digital Tracker

what a glorious start to my day!!! Victoria

Marinda Drake
Master Tracker

It is wonderful to see the dogs back at Londolozi. I watched the instagram story this morning. Just sad that 2 are missing.

Denise Vouri
Guest contributor

Fantastic start to my day viewing your priceless photos of the pups. I’ve learned they’re down to 7 pups now but still remarkable for only two rearing them. I’ll be waiting for your next collection of photos.

Kara Taylor
Senior Digital Ranger

Great to see them again! They are really filling out. Sad there are only 7 now though. It’s like you want time to stand still in order to see them as pups, but you also want it to rush by so they are adults and can fend for themselves.

Trish Monck
Senior Digital Ranger

Great to see them, 7 is still a good number. Hope they stay safe & strong!

Christa Blessing
Senior Digital Ranger

Great that they are still around and growing fast. They are so cute!
Though it is sad that there are only seven left.

Joanne Wadsworth Kelley
Master Tracker

Wonderful to see them again, although 3 down now. Parents are trying to keep them safe with many moves. These images are precious!!

Mary Beth Wheeler
Guest contributor

These pups continue to captivate! May they live long and prosper!

John Wilson
Explorer

Thanks for the update,lovely to see them growing up after seen the adults in October last yea.

Jennifer Ridgewell
Senior Digital Ranger

Instant smiles – thanks for great photos. Here’s to the survival of the remaining pups.

Kat Ddio
Explorer

so exciting to see that they’ve come back for a visit!

Mama Lioness
Digital Ranger

While it is sad to have to accept the ways of nature out in the wild, (upon the news of three pups being gone), – Picture #4 of the curious tentative pup (upon it’s expression) is precious! The landscape terrain compliments each view captured, which gives way to the what was experienced through the photo lens. The collection of pictures creates a wonderful far off moment in time, as you are able to sense the full scope of the surroundings amidst aother day in the life of the wild dog pac.

Mama Lioness
Digital Ranger

While it is sad to have to accept the ways of nature out in the wild, (upon the news of three pups being gone), – Picture #4 of the curious tentative pup (upon it’s expression) is precious! The landscape terrain compliments each view captured, which gives way to the what was experienced through the photo lens. The collection of pictures creates a wonderful far off moment in time, as you are able to sense the full scope of the surroundings amidst another day in the life of the wild dog pac.

Joan Schmiidt
Master Tracker

James, I loved all wild dogs🤗

Barbi Evenson
Explorer

I know this comment is late … I didn’t rev my blog yesterday☹️But was soooo happy today when it can with the baby leopard story. Which I love too… Really happy to see the Wild Dog pack is doing so well and staying close. The pictures made my day! Hope that they keep coming… what a great surprise!

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