I had last seen the Camp Pan Male mate with the Nottens female in mating in March 2010 and it was an absolute pleasure to see the pair together again last week. Spending over three days together, these two leopards provided guests and rangers with some fantastic opportunities for photography and filming as they mated consistently every 6 minutes or so. Enjoy a sample of what we experienced when we encountered them out on drive.
The first cub of the legendary 3:4 female, the Nottens female grew to be the oldest recorded leopard on Londolozi (18yrs)
The King of Londolozi in his day; an enormous male whose offspring still inhabit the reserve.
I love old Camp Pan, he has such an intelligent look in his eyes, he’s a gorgeous leopard.
What a handsome guy…great footage….I love that you can hear them purrrring…..:)