Involved Leopards

Xinkhova 2:2 Female

Xinkhova 2:2 Female

Spotted this leopard?
You've seen this leopard
Three Rivers 2:2 Female

Three Rivers 2:2 Female

Spotted this leopard?
You've seen this leopard
Kangela Male

Kangela Male

Spotted this leopard?
You've seen this leopard
Ntomi 3:3 Male

Ntomi 3:3 Male

Spotted this leopard?
You've seen this leopard

About the Author

Reece Biehler

Guest contributor

Reece was born and raised in Johannesburg where from a young age he nurtured his love for the African Bush through countless holidays to the Kruger National Park. It was here where he found his 'happy place' and it would only be a ...

View Reece's profile


on The Week in Pictures #638

Join the conversationJoin the conversation

I love all your photos, Reece. Such an abundance of leopards and lions, wild dogs, elephants and birds.
Thanks for sharing these great pictures. The most entertaining one is the one with all the lion cubs following one of the females up on the fallen tree

Thank you very much Christa, I am so glad you enjoyed the pictures. That certainly was a spectacular sight.

Reece, my favorite this week is the lioness crossing the Manylethi river.

Thank you William. It was such a fantastic sighting and I’m glad I managed to grab my camera in time to snap a shot!

Senior Digital Ranger

My favourites are lions in the tree and the 2 ellie calves.. They are all wonderful pictures

Thank you Sandra! I am so glad you enjoyed the pictures.

My goodness Reece, what an amazing TWIP for your 1st one, I’ll look forward to plenty more in the future! You’ve certainly set the bar high. My favourite just has to be all those lions in the tree, amazing.

Hi Suzanne, thank you very much! Very lucky we happened to be in the right places at the right time. I am so glad you enjoyed it. I am very excited for my contributions still to come.

Hi, I noticed i have many points for commenting, that made me smile 😃, my family is eager to tell about what our appreciation of your Blog! To this point we must choose a picture, and unanimously we picked the lion tree. It’s really funny. Then the elephant calves playing, all big cats and the elephant bull, giraffe and so on. Great selection as usual!

Hi Francesca. Well done, hopefully many more points to still come in the future! Thank you very much, I am so thrilled that you and your family enjoyed my week in pictures.

Hi Reece, the images this week are absolutely stunning and such a variety. My favorite is the Ntomi male leopard with his full belly lying on a branch. Loved the lions climbing a tree and then resting in it. Three Rivers female and Xinkhova females are two beauties in their own right. Your image of the sunset with giraffe teering over the trees is awesome.

Thank you for your kind words Valmai, I am so pleased that you enjoyed the pictures. We were very fortunate to have such special sightings.

Lions in a tree!!! What a fun shot! Ntomi male always my fave…love his full belly and legs just hanging over the tree. Looks like you had a great week!

Thank you, Anita. The lions certainly seems to be the winner this week! I am so glad you enjoyed the pictures this week.

A wonderful range of photos, Reece! It’s hard to name a favorite – I love the lions piled in the tree, the Kangela male in the tamboti thicket and the Ntsevu female crossing the river. I’ll vote for all three!

Thank you, Mary Beth. I am so pleased that you enjoyed the pictures. I agree, I also battled to pick my favourites.


Congratulations on your first This Week in Pictures! Similar to your guiding, you did a fantastic job. Wish we were there!

Lorraine & Bob Clark

Thank you so much, Bob and Lorraine. So good to hear from you, hopefully it wont be long before you can visit us again! I am so glad you enjoyed this week in pictures. Keep well.

Congratulations on producing your first TWIP Reece. You’ve included fantastic shots of a good collection of animals + birds. As far as favorites, certainly at the top is the lion family resting in the tree followed by the two young elephants playing in the grasses. Kudos also for the cheetah and giraffe silhouetted in the last light of day. It’s always special to view leopards, especially Ntomi who is growing into being a formidable male, like his father, although it seems he has company that might be looking to invade his space. Thank you!

Hi Denise, thank you so much. I am so glad that you enjoyed my pictures this week. We truly were treated to some special moments with these incredible animals.

Reece, Well done on your first post! Your images are spectacular and we will look forward to seeing more of your work! Our favorite is the Female Ntsevu Breakaway walking right at you!

Thank you very much, Michael and Terri. It was yet another spectacular week at Londolozi and I am just so glad we were in the right place to capture a few moments. I hope you are both keeping well.

Connect with Londolozi

Follow Us

One moment...
Be the first to this photo
You and 1 others this photo

Filed under
10 April, 2798
Add Profile