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Flat Rock 3:2 Male

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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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on An Afternoon With the Flat Rock Male

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The flat rock male is so majestic, gracious, relaxed and powerful. He stays my favourite leopard. It is a pity he could not capitalize on the impala, Jess and her guests would have had front row sests to the kill. The bush is looking beautiful after all the rain. Lovely foto’s Chris.

Superb pictures capturing the hunt.

Gorgeous images Chris – so happy to see him patrolling his domaine once again!

What a treat to be so close and watch this interaction! Great images as well.

Wow! You can say you had a stroll with a magnificent male leopard! It looks as if he sat with you

My favorite cat at Londolozi! A terrific father and gorgeous cat!

What a stupendous afternoon you, Jess and guests had! 👌🏻🙏🏻Fabulous closeup shots Chris and I bet you are all super happy to have the Flat Rock male back in his ‘district’. Looking forward to hearing more of his antics 💕

I am SO jealous of Jess’ guests! – as I type this, I would be there right now, partway through an afternoon game drive. The closest I can get is a large gin, and pretend I’m having a sunset drinks stop.

Chris, I also leopard🤗

Wonderful photos of this magnificent male. I recall seeing him the first time, when he was new to the property, walking through tall grass dotted with tiny yellow and purple wildflowers, looking fierce and determined. A memorable siting!

Great photos and a great story about this beautiful animal.

What a fantastic opportunity to be so close to this amazing leopard. The take down of the Impala lamb could have been the moment many hope for on a drive, but as we know, success is not easy in the bush. The photos are great and really illustrate the greenness of the reserve.

Clearly recall the sound of the padded paw against the ground as he passed so close to the vehicle.
Beautiful, powerful leopard!

This is such an beautiful leopard “although all leopard’s are beautiful” but there is just something in him. The bush is so green, wow! Does the green bush with long grass attract more animals? 🤷🏼‍♂️
Great blog Field Guide Chris.

Hey Chris, Is it the Flat Rock Male that pushed into and possibly has taken over Hukumuri’s territory now?

Senior Digital Ranger

So special and my absolute favourite male leopard – those amber eyes and purposeful movement as he walks along… just great. Thank you Chris.

Master Tracker

I can think of worse ways to spend an afternoon. Super photos

Beautiful pictures! We so enjoyed our time spent with you guys….the expert guides, Chris and Euce…made everything so much more alive…we learned and saw things that were once in a lifetime! The sighting and chase of the wild dogs was incredible! Hope to return someday…but, for now, these pictures will fill our souls! Best to everyone!

Terrific post and photos of the Flat Rock male! I love your account of the leopard’s interaction with the impala, and the accompanying images. While good for the impala, it would have been an incredible experience for the Jess and the guests!

What a wonderful way to spend an afternoon!

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