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Amy Attenborough

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Amy worked at Londolozi from 2014 to 2017, guiding full time before moving into the media department, where her photographic and story-telling skills shone through. Her deep love of all things wild and her spiritual connection to Africa set her writing and guiding ...

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on Leopards: What We Can Learn from the Masters of Survival

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Blair S
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Who is the father of the Nanga cub? Love Camp Pan so much and so sad too see him looking thin and old but Im sure he can go a few more months.

Amy Attenborough
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Morning Blair. We assume the Gowrie male to be the father of the Nanga youngster. You’ll also be happy to know that Marthly male was seen briefly last night and was looking full and healthy.

Blair S
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Thanks Amy thats great news hope Camp Pan makes another apperance soon too in better condition. How is the Nanga young male from 2013 is he ok?

Amy Attenborough
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Blair from what we can tell he has moved further north of Londolozi and is doing well. If we get a more thorough update from our neighbours in the north, we’ll be sure to let you know.

Marinda Drake
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Wonderful to see Camp pan and Marthly male still surviving. Great blog Amy.

Brian C
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Great post and photos Amy! Leopard’s have such a remarkable will to live. It’s great to see and hear about Camp Pan and Marthly male. I wonder how long they will survive… but a couple of months ago Dudley Riverbank female was still hanging in there (a good surprise). So who knows!

Amy Attenborough
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Thank you Brian. You’ll be so pleased to know that the Dudley Riverbank female was actually seen again this evening after a very long time. So as you say, you just never know. We’ll be sure to keep you posted!

Alex
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Great blog,those two old warriors just keep on going.

olivia
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Please repost the one hoisted in a branched log I saw a while ago – it black and white.
Incredible and lovely animals.

Thank you.

Olivia

Amy Attenborough
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Thanks Olivia. I’m sorry but I’m not sure what photo you’re referring to. Was it a photo of the Piva male? Also can you remember which ranger posted the picture?

Kim Beasley
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Great blog….I love the updates!! Photos are awesome, too!

Jill Grady
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Great blog and pictures Amy! Good to hear Camp Pan and Marthly are still managing to look after themselves. Both are in my heart and I am hoping they will be with us for a while longer.

Dahnya Cobb-Levison
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Incredible lessons of the leopards! If only as humans we could be less distracted by egos and drama.

Mary Beth Wheeler
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Thanks for the detailed update, Amy. We only left Londolozi recently and were unable to see Camp Pan, so your photo and comments made us smile! And we were sorry not to meet you as well!

Amy Attenborough
Media Team

Thanks Mary! I’m sorry that I didn’t get to meet you as well. I was actually unaware that you were here. Hopefully we can make a plan next time you’re back! Are you planning another trip any time soon?

Wendy Hawkins
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Very interesting blog thank you Amy. Always good to hear that the older leopards are fending for themselves & keeping up their strength to live another day or hopefully longer! Beautiful pictures as always from Londolozi. Have a lovely weekend 🙂

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