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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 #19

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Marinda Drake
Master Tracker

Amazing videos this week.

Kara Taylor
Digital Tracker

Loved seeing the Tsalala female and cub, I’ve been thinking about them. Fabulous to see the Cheetah and 2 cubs! Leopards beautiful as always.

Again…what a stunning capture of the varied wildlife in Londolozi! We appreciate your beautiful glimpse into the Bush that we regret not to experience these days. The Lionesses over the Zebra kill–stuffed and panting…taken to heart as we put on the pounds with more food and less exercise in these corona days!

Suzanne Gibson
Guest contributor

Excellent Week in Video again, you guys are setting the bar so high each week! Delighted to see Tortoise Pan again, does he have an established territory yet – if so, whereabouts? And any news/sightings of his mother?

Christa Blessing
Senior Digital Ranger

A great week with so much happening. Thank you all very much for the blog.

Jeff Rodgers
Senior Digital Ranger

Well done video, as always, with lots of interesting information about many different animals. However, as I enjoy sharing these with my very young grandchildren, I fail to see the point in the very beginning of the video of the comment, ‘… the most fun you can have with your clothes on.’ That just didn’t seem necessary, wasn’t funny and was certainly out of character with the professionalism of the rest of the video. Just my opinion.

Wendy Hawkins
Senior Digital Ranger

Thank you guys that was another fantastic week of videos from Londolozi 🙂 Look forward to the next episode

Karen Fairbank
Explorer

Thanks for the amazing stories and photos and videos. They are the most interesting things that I see in this era of lockdown and I look forward to
enjoying your adventures every day!

Cally Staniland
Senior Digital Ranger

Super as always to relive this weeks viewing! I’m so confused with all the different names of lions, am I right in that this is the female that was so badly attacked by the large pride which sent her cub running in another direction? If so, no wonder she is so weary of another pride hearing the hyenas and giving away her prize. I feel for her having to be constantly on her guard. Loving the cheetah cubs which seem to be very comfy around the vehicle now and the ever present leopards of Londolozi, super thanks guys 👌🏻🙏🏻💕

Leonie De Young
Senior Digital Ranger

A really nice virtual safari. Thanks to all involved. Really enjoyed watching. One thing I noticed is that you showed a rhino and calf. I wondered about showing this. I had read that with the lockdown it has afforded the poachers the opportunity to do their illegal deeds. Some of the sites do not allow rhino to be shown. This is not a complain, rather a curiosity. Thank you for sharing with us. Be well and stay safe all of you.

Francesca Doria
Senior Digital Ranger

The story of the leopard legacy is thrilling with lot of suspance. The lion population also very interesting and – what a nice surprise! – cheetah mum and her two cubs! It’s a consolation to see that she managed to raise two. Wonderful “Patterns in the grass” (zebras) and elephants complete the masterpiece. I wonder if zebra migrate through Londolozi too…

Joan Schmiidt
Master Tracker

James, loved the video🤗

Joan Schmiidt
Master Tracker

James, 2021 we will be coming in 2021 to celebrate our fifty-first wedding anniversary Sept 5

George Prior
Digital Ranger

Another fantastic video — one week closer to be in Londolozi —- looking forward to seeing everything in person.

Pauli Bakker
Digital Ranger

Oh what a fantastic week of sightings!…..thanks guys…really loved watching so many interesting scenes play out… excellent commentary as usual….

Ian Hall
Master Tracker

Fantastic, so grateful for these videos. I felt I was back in Africa and could reach out and breath the African bush in.

So pleased to see the cheetahs

Zsolt Harsanyi
Explorer

Great videos. Since so many predators attack/eat virtually any mammal, how do you yourselves avoid being attacked?

Paul Canales
Digital Tracker

Great videos! My favorite was the cheetahs!!

Barry Kok
Explorer

Many thanks Team Londo! Been catching up on unread mail and enjoyed this video excerpt. My the grass looks so much better than it did a year or two ago!!! Great videography and enjoyed. Many thanks and hopefully I an pop in at the end of Sept (I have booked flights…)! Well done.

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