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Three Rivers 2:2 Female

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Three Rivers 2:3 Young Male

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Kate Arthur

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After a few years of working in the world of economic consulting, Kate’s love of adventure, wilderness and sense of curiosity led her to move away from the city and join the Londolozi guiding team. It was amidst her years of studying politics, ...

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What an amazing afternoon you had Kate and your images are fabulous! You certainly were able to share an incredible sighting of the Three Rivers female and her young juvenile with your guests, to the point that both sundowner time and dinner recounted the experience in fine detail and excitement! That is every ranger’s and guest’s dream time on a drive, so thank you for sharing this c

Thanks Denise! Absolutely – it was a ‘perfect’ afternoon to be able to spend almost the entire afternoon drive with these two animals.

Great narrative and accompanying images to re-create a special afternoon,

Thanks very much Vin!

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Amazing pictures

Thank you Sandra!

Wonderful viewing of the Three Rivers leopards. Thank you Kate, for sharing the afternoon experience with wonderful pictures.

Thanks very much William.

They are both gorgeous animals, she has an exquisite beauty and the picture resting on the tree branch is really a great shot, she seems to smile. No wonder leopards survive among brute power of hyena, lions and wild dogs, they are the brainers among large predators, don’t need to share anything but rare sweet times with their offsprings. Pure freedom and wilderness at their best

Thanks Francesca. I agree – both of these leopards are particularly beautiful and it is so special to witness these interactions whilst the young male cub is not yet fully independent!

Oh wow amazing pictures and what an afternoon you had – incredible! I’ve saved some of those in my favourites – well done !

Thanks very much Kara! It really was a special afternoon.

So cool, and your images are brilliant Kate!

Thank you very much, Paul!

What a fabulous afternoon, Kate! Beautiful images of both leopards and a narrative that put me in your vehicle! Ok, I’m jealous!!

What a great afternoon for you and your guests. Congratulation on the beautiful pictures.

Thank you very much Christa!

Kate! What an incredible afternoon you had with Equalizer!! Your photos are amazing!!! And the story telling wonderful!!!

Thank you Karen! It was a truly awesome afternoon and Equalizer and I were so excited with how the sighting unfolded.

Kate you certainly are so lucky to be able to see these wonderful leopards in their environment. The mother is a beautiful leopardess and the cub is so gorgeous, that look on his face spells out mischief. Thank you for sharing you foto’s with us, they are stunning foto’s.

Thank you Valmai – these two leopards in particular are beautiful!

Wonderful images Kate especially the one of her looking straight at you in the tree. I’ll forgive you for using a Canon !!! Your images are spectacular what a sighting and what light!!!

Thank you Howard! I am borrowing a canon at the moment as I continue to do my research on which camera to invest in (and I am loving it hehe).

I cannot imagine a more pleasant afternoon than one with 2 gorgeous cats interacting and feeding! Leopards are such amazing creatures!

Thank you Lisa – it was truly a spectacular afternoon that was worthy of sharing!

Beautiful photos Kate, what a great afternoon you had. We were lucky enough to spend time with these 2 when we came in February, and the cub was in a very playful mood! He was about 6 months old then, the same age as his mother was when I saw her with her mother Xidulu back in October 2016.

Thank you so much Suzanne. Amazing – so lucky of you to have spent time with them earlier this year. This young male is growing so fast and into an incredible male leopard so watching his growth is something special!

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