Since the conflict with the Dudley Riverbank 5:5 Young Male, the Camp Pan 4:2 Male Leopard has been seen less and less frequently. Hanging further south into his territory than usual, this dominant male seems to be getting pushed downwards by both the Marthly Male and the Dudley Riverbank 5:5 Young Male.
Camp Pan is still hugely dominant over his offspring, in particular the Maxabene 3:2 Young Male, whom he often steals kills from. Although he does not hurt his son, he is most definitely not shy to approach these encounters with a dominant attitude.
The King of Londolozi in his day; an enormous male whose offspring still inhabit the reserve.
Despite his infrequent sightings as of late, the Camp Pan male is still an extremely dominant leopard at Londolozi who continues to call out his territory, scent mark and move with confidence throughout much of central Sparta. Take a look at this video filmed a few days ago and let us know how you think Camp Pan is doing in the comments section below.
Filmed & Written by: Rich Laburn
Photographed by: Talley Smith
I LOVE that sound! He looks happy, healthy and strong!
Males certainly have it rough. Are there any males that survive beyond 15? Lion males seem to have it tough too.
He is stunning, so imposing
Who’s territory is he being pushed into?