Happily addicted to leopard

Happily addicted to leopard

Hello my name is Garry. I am a ranger at Kapama Southern Camp and I am an addict. I am addicted to leopard, but I have been clean for three days now. I really want to quit, I do, but I can’t do it alone. I need help. Everyone has their own vices; mine is just a little...

Leopard vs Lions

One morning my guests asked to leave half an hour earlier so we left at 06:30am. After driving for about 30 minutes we found some fresh rhino tracks and decided to follow them. After following for a while, we found lion tracks on top of the fresh rhino tracks – the...
The experience of a lifetime

The experience of a lifetime

This evening started off quite cold and we did not expect to see much. It was an overcast evening and it got dark earlier than usual so we stopped for some drinks. Just as we were about to pack up the drinks we heard the call of a Leopard in the area. I asked the...
An unpredictable day in Africa

An unpredictable day in Africa

One afternoon drive, we already had a great beginning with seeing two male Leopards having a territorial dispute. The older male Leopard ended up getting pushed out of his territory and the younger male won territory that he could finally call his own! A little while...

Lions, Leopards, Hippos and Sunsets!

The last few days worth of game drive have included some fantastic sightings. Yesterday morning my guests and I were treated to two sub-adult Lions, one male and one female, sitting on a termite mound in the early morning sun posing for pictures. Several White Rhino...

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....

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