Sean that was an afternoon well spent watching the Plague rock female in the grass, drinking and launching up the leadwood tree to feed. She is such a beautiful leopard. Shame it is a pity she lost her cubs the rising river. Hopefully in a short while we will see her new cubs. About your spider friend in your vehicle is quite alarming. Spiders give me the creeps and it looks like a big one at that. But you will look after her and see that she is well kept.
In this episode of our Virtual Safari series, Sean centres his afternoon’s mission around spending time with the Plaque Rock Female Leopard with the knowledge that she has an impala carcass hoisted into a leadwood tree in the hopes that she climbs into the tree to feed.
Upon arriving at the sighting and waiting to see where the leopard may be, he notices that the vehicle has a few new inhabitants after it had been standing still while he was away. Safe to say the little companion is welcomed and will be joining Sean going forward.
The Plaque Rock Female is then found resting on the other side of the tree and eventually as the sky has turned golden and the light coming through glowing off the leopard’s coat, she has a drink before launching herself into the tree to feed.
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The Plaque Rock Female is a gorgeous leopard and it was amazing to spend the entire afternoon with her. It was actually a fairly small spider and so as long as I don’t disturb her she should stay in her tunnel.