Spotted: Seven Leopards in Seven Days


thumb Spotted: Seven leopards in seven days, thanks to the special eyes of our trackers and rangers here at Londolozi in South Africa. No matter how many we’ve seen before, it’s always exciting because no leopard has the same set of spots – in more than one sense of the word.

Their lineage, behavior and territory is known intimately by the rangers and explained with passion to visitors. As you can tell from the photos below, these animals are truly majestic creatures. But in order to grasp the magnificence of their beauty, one must witness them for his or herself.


Short Tail Male Leopard

Short Tail Male Leopard

Short Tail Male Leopard

Vomba Female Leopard

Maxabene Young Male

Vomba Young Female

Camp Pan Male Leopard

Dudley Riverbank Young Male

Written & Photographed by: Irene Nathanson

Rich Laburn
Rich Laburn is filmmaker, photographer and writer who is based at Londolozi Game Reserve in South Africa. Spending his time capturing scenes of the wild and communicating the beauty of the African bushveld, he runs the Londolozi Blog as a way to entertain and engage people wishing to visit these wild lands.
Read More Share

Recent Author Posts

Join Our Community

Connect On Social Media

Most Popular Posts

2 Responses to Spotted: Seven Leopards in Seven Days

  1. Bret @ GReen Global Travel December 11, 2011 at 6:41 am #

    LOVE this post! It was actually a trip to Londolozi back in 2000 that originally inspired me to launch Green Global Travel, and the ecotourism ideals espoused by the rangers there that influenced my interest in writing about environmental conservation. I remember very distinctly following one particular leopard for over an hour, living out my wildlife safari dreams for the 1st time. Thanks for bringing back some amazing memories.

  2. Renee Blodgett
    Renee Blodgett December 18, 2011 at 6:00 am #

    Great name and yes, there are some gorgeous wildlife photos from Londolozi and beyond. Thanks for stopping by and keep reading :-) Also visit us on Facebook at and Twitter @weblogtheworld.

Leave a Reply

We Blog The World