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Growing Up

Many many times I have been asked by guests why the animals do not run away, or attack, or act differently when we see them. My response is that the animals are used to us, which they are. We are part of their natural environment, their back drop of everyday life....

Leopard Kill on Karula Main

On a morning drive I decided to head to an area where a Leopard was spotted the night before, I was quite optimistic that we would be successful as she had an Impala kill, we searched high and low but to no avail, only the remains of the Impala, we were disappointed...

Leopard Delight

Each game drive is different and there are some that can blow your mind. At Kapama these game drives are frequent. There is one however, that stands out. It started out like any ordinary afternoon drive with goal of finding the elusive leopard. We had a starting...
Unfortunate Death

Unfortunate Death

This morning’s Game Drive brought sad news to the Kapama family. We have been seeing large amounts of vultures in several trees surrounding an area where one of our very relaxed resident female leopards, Mbilo, had last been seen. A few days ago two River Lodge...

Leopard action on Video

These elusive cats are regularly seen but it’s not always that you have time or have a camera with you. Being nocturnal they are normally spotted when the sun have set and leaves us with great sightings and the guest with 100’s of photographs. On this specific day I...

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