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Nick Kleer

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Nick joined the Londolozi team from Thornybush Game Reserve, and immediately began revealing his photographic potential, especially in the passion with which he pursued knowledge. An almost fanatical approach to improving his photography has seen him gain a rapid understanding of all the ...

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on Keeping Up With Leopards – A Most Unusual Sighting

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marinda drake
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Awesome experience Nick. It just shows never know what happens in the bush. Every drive is a surprise.

Mary Beth Wheeler
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What an amazing drive, Nick! Wish I’d been there!

Jill Grady
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Wow, what an extraordinary afternoon Nick! Great blog and fantastic images! Thank you so much for sharing.

Kim Beasley
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Wow!! An unusually “busy” afternoon!!

Lizeka Masilela
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Awesome photos.

Lizeka Masilela
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I just could not believe my eyes. Seeing such photos brings back nice memories of most of the big 5 I’ve seen up to last year 2014. I can’t wait for the next visit to the SANPARKS.

Bridie tane
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What an amazing drive!! Can’t wait to be with you in a few days!!

Norberto
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Descriptions like this one make me wanna go to Londolozi even more.

Brian C
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A fantastic sighting! Hope Tutlwa found another meal. Is Mashaba Young female trying to mate with 4:4 male? Or is she still a bit too young?

Rich Laburn
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Awesome post Nick and what an incredible sighting!

Anna Ridgewell
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Thank you very much for the comments everybody!! Brian to answer your question she has been trying to mate with the 4:4 male for some time and has been seen with him on and off for roughly a month or so now. He has shown no interest as I believe she is a little young but not far off now she actually turns 3 years old this month if i’m not mistaken.

Nick Kleer
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Previous reply was from me not Anna, i’m not to gifted on a computer 🙂 haha

Bev Goodlace
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What an amazing afternoon Nick! Cannot wait to get back to Londolozi – going to book our next trip right now.

Dahnya
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Ever increases the desire to return to Lonodlozi, heartland of the leopard!

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