In this Week’s Window into our Wilderness, we spend a very entertaining morning with the Three Rivers Female and her Young Male near a waterhole. Rainy wet weather can often lead to us heading back home to get warm and dry, but not this morning.
Choosing to brave the rain we found this super playful duo resting near the edge of the waterhole, hoping that they would do something to make it worthwhile to still be out on the game drive. The cool wet weather definitely played into our hands and spurred on a bit of playfulness within the two leopards as they began to stalk, chase and play with each other. After some time the Young Male found fascination with many different objects within the waterhole itself.
Who said cats don’t like water?
Well, this Virtual Safari proves that theory very wrong.
Enjoy this Week’s Virtual Safari…
Forced into early independence as her mother was killed by the Southern Avoca Males.
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Thank you so much, Debra. It was such a fantastic sighting, if only they had hung around a little longer and we were not getting so wet.