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David Dampier

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David left the bright lights of Johannesburg and a promising career as a chartered accountant to join the Londolozi Ranging team in 2009. After three years spent as a guide, during which he built up a formidable reputation as one of Londolozi's top ...

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on The Leopards of Londolozi # 1

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Jacqui Hemphill
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Awesome post Doyle… WOW some spectacular pics…

Adam Bannister
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Nice work David! Excellent photos. I look forward to seeing this post grow each week! Keep it up…

Penny Parker
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b.e.a.utiful photo’s david 🙂
so close on that last one!

Alessio
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Not bad idea to cut the head of tyson.
This allows to understand how he is big not only by head and shoulders, but also the back is heavily built

Sandy Rosenberg
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Beautiful photos david and lovely to hear and see all the leopards. What a wonderful place Londolozi is!! Can’t wait to see and read more.

Rosie
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Some wonderful pictures. I do wish however that the leopards had their own names, it’s very confusing when they have the same names but different numbers, much harder to retain lol !

Denise M.
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These shots are very cool…the silhouette of the Tutlwa female is magical. Thanks for sharing…and yes, I took over 900 shots while visiting last month and could only use a couple hundred!!! I love how you did get the Marthly male’s front paws gliding up the tree 🙂

Sue Prince
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Hi David, Great idea for a weekly review, as ever in the right place at the right time! all great pictures but in particukar , love Vomba 3.2 in flight and Tutlwa 4.3 silhouette!

Rich Laburn
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Thanks for the kind words Sue, I agree that there are some incredible leopard images to view on this post. I am really looking forward to next week’s post to see what leopards David has photographed. Regards, Rich

Emily Atwood
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Great Shots David! I remember when we were at Londolozi, with you as our guide, we encountered those two unknown male leopards. Have there been anymore sightings of them?

Linda
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Great to see all the leopards and their interactions. The second unknown male leopard is called Balabas/Bush Lodge (2:5 spot pattern) male from southern sabi sands. he has his own facebook page. He is a wonderful male and I hope he manages to keep away from all the big males currently around Londolozi. Thanks heaps for this. Great reading and photography.

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