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Nkoveni 2:2 Female

Nkoveni 2:2 Female

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Pete Thorpe

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Pete was a Field Guide for Londolozi for 4 years, contributing to the blog as a fantastic writer as well as photographer. Right from his very first bush trip at the age of four, Pete was always enthralled by this environment. Having grown ...

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Indeed a lucky sighting Pete. I scan the rocks aswell when we are out on drive and only saw a leopard once on the rocks. To see a mother and a cub is amazing.

What a sweet sighting, Pete! Am so jealous! Lucky you!

Dreams come true at Londolozi!!! Fabulous sighting and photographs!

Lucky you – it’s my dream to see a leopard cub and now you and your guests have observed the ultimate experience- interaction between mom and cub. Wonderful sequence of photos!!

How sweet! If you dream it, it will come! We saw this leopard when we were there in early April and suspected she was pregnant or had just given birth. I’m so happy to see pictures of her cub.

It always lifts the heart to see a young leopard cub and it’s watchful mother when so many young ones are challenged to make it to independence. Very sweet images today. Wishing you more rare rock sightings!

Nkoveni is one of my favorites to photograph. I saw her last April with two cubs-I guess they didn’t make it. Great photos on the rocks.

Brilliant sighting Pete! Thank you!

Ask David Dampier about his sighting (it might have been the then Nyaleti Young Female/Nanga Female) on the rocks in front of Granite Camp circa 2012! He took predictive guiding to a new level!

Tutlwa female, Hobbo. I’d stake good money on it…
David Dampier set the guiding bar so high, we may never see his equal again!

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