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Plaque Rock 3:3 Female

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Dan Hirschowitz


Dan developed his love for the African bush whilst growing up on a family run farm in the Kwa-Zulu Natal midlands. Growing up in the bushveld he was surrounded by wildlife and finds his passion in what nature has to offer. After completing ...

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on Two Hours With The Plaque Rock Female

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what fantastic shots of this beauty!!

Hi Dan, seeing a leopard is a miracle, seeing such a beautiful female and spending two hours with her is heavenly I’m sure! Any news of her cubs?

Dan, thank you for a day with the Plaque Rock female.

Just the kind of afternoon on safari that I look forward to! Seeing a leopard hoist a carcass into a tree is an amazing sight – which I experienced during my last visit! But no mention of suckle marks or a milk pouch; her cubs still with us?

amazing! wonder what she thinks of you all staring at her for 2 hours?! 😉

One of the very best ways to spend two hours (or more)! What a wonderful experience for your guests.

Man, what a couple of hours Dan! Love the photos, especially the late day silhouette image!!

Hi Dan, two hours well spent with the Plague rock female. She is such a beautiful leopardess and I love all her fotos. She caught a good meal, and the image on the mound and the one after sunset is astounding.

Any time spent with a leopard is such a gift, and to see one with a kill that ultimately hoists it up a tree is a real blessing. Thank you for sharing your experience and photos with us Dan.

What an amazing sighting you had with the Plaque Rock Female Dan! Does she still have her cubs or has she lost this latest litter?

She really is amazing, and so athletic. Still waiting to hear about her cubs?

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