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Ximungwe 5:3 Female

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Chris Taylor


Chris was born and raised in the Kwa-Zulu/Natal Midlands where his family inspired his early passion for the natural world. Exploring Southern Africa as he grew up, this passion was allowed to develop and his curiosity to expand. After high school, Chris spent ...

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Good to see Joy continuing to partner with Sean!

Chris, what great photos. I have seen a leopard hoist a kill in Botswana, but I have never seen it in Londolozi.

Wow, what a great sighting! So exciting! Thanks for sharing the stories and pics,

Another great story, Chris! I felt like I was there – and I will be soon, mid April! Thanks!


What luck to witness this take-down in progress.

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WOW!! What a day you all had! .. the moments and the expressions captured amidst the Leopard(s) are amazing!
I too needed to catch my breath by the going’s on of the story as it unfolded!

What an amazing afternoon for viewing and resulting photos. Certainly worth the exploring around the airstrip and having the experience of great trackers who seem to have eyes in the back of their heads!

A spectacular sighting! Well done. Although I’m almost as excited about this saffron tree because it is not one I‘be ever identified at Londolozi. Would this be Cassine peragua?

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Good stuff…thanks

Nicely done Chris. Beautiful pictures

Amazing sighting!!

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I’m glad the lepoard got dinner but for people who keep saying they can’t interfere to help, did you not assist the lepoard in catching the Impala with your Rover for her to hide behind

My aunt and I were with Sean and Joy. What an amazing experience!

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