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Leopard viewing in the last few weeks seems to have justified many peoples view that August is prime bush time. At least fifteen different individuals allowed us to spend some time with them over tha past two weeks. These are just some of the shots enjoyed during this time. We hope you enjoy this next installment…
Camp Pan Male is looking as good as ever these days and has shaken off the limp he was carrying around for some time. Covering many of his old areas and even mating with the Maxabene Female, he seems to be making something of a comeback.
The Dudley Riverbank 3:3 young male was seen a number of times lately. Despite what appeared to be a severe limp, he was seen with and adult impala ram hoisted in a tree, so despite the injury he seems to be getting by and will hopefully heal soon.
Unknown Female Leopard
This unknown female was seen mating with Short Tale Male for a number of days. She seems quite young and this is possibly her first time mating.
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 ...