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Nick Kleer

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Nick joined the Londolozi team from Thornybush Game Reserve, and immediately began revealing his photographic potential, especially in the passion with which he pursued knowledge. An almost fanatical approach to improving his photography has seen him gain a rapid understanding of all the ...

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on Tales of the Mashaba Female Leopard

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Mary Moy
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y love of Leopards started when I first read Kpo the Leopard when I was in school in the early 60’s. My first sighting was in 2011. I love keeping up with the Leopards of Londolozi, in particular the Mashaba Female.

Dina
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great pictures !!!

Darlene Knott
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The leopard is my favorite! Enjoyed your photos and your stories. Thanks for sharing!

Deborah Llewelyn
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Stunning photographs Nick!

Mary Beth Wheeler
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It’s been very special being with Nick and Mike – and Mashaba, Piva, Inyathini, Flat Rock and Nkoveni during the last 12 days, not to mention so many others. Nick’s passion for leopards is contagious and being with even one leopard is an unforgettable experience. We are so lucky!

Gail Mingard
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Love the twitter share option about each leopard! Have done so on @gail_mail
I am a big fan of all the Londolozi email updates. The photography is excellent and the tales well worth taking the time to read. The ‘Londolozi Family’ (staff) are very talented!

Gillian Evans
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Exciting stuff and some wonderful photos – what a beautiful one of two of them in the tree! Mashaba too has a special place in my heart – the first leopard we saw on our first visit to Londolozi last year and the first leopard we saw on our return visit this year.. hopefully we may see her cubs later this year!

Michael & Terri Klauber
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Nick, Love the photos of Mashaba! Terri’s favorite! Hope we will see and maybe ride with you again when we return in June/July!!!

Al Kaiser
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She never fails to offer great viewing opportunities!

Lea
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Interesting blog Nick. The cat dynamics are truly fascinating. Sad that the cubs get killed in some cases, but guess that is nature. Hopefully she will have her cubs and they will survive to adulthood.

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