Seeing leopards is a waiting game but the wait is worth the result!
A chance encounter with a Cape leopard in the Cederberg mountains.
A fierce fight ensues when a lone leopard pounces on a pair of mating leopards.
A brave young leopard stalks a buffalo bull in the Masai Mara.
Two amazing leopard sightings in two days!
An old guest of Cheetah Plains is reunited with a leopard he fell in love with.
Most impalas run for their lives at the sight of a leopard – but this plucky youngster seems determined to befriend one.
This does not end well for the young adult leopard, and it is a reminder of the competition that exists among predators.
Every now and then, you get one of those days that turns out to be a day you will never forget… This epic game drive in Etosha was one of those days.
A young female leopard launches an attack on a pair of rutting red lechwes in the Okavango Delta.
The leopard: nature’s most enigmatic predator, a true work of art.
Scott learns to appreciate the smaller creatures and more stationary objects in the Kruger, when he can’t find a leopard.
The top five photos for the month of September – a selection of interesting African pictures.
Meet Stuart Munro, a Scottish man who took his passion for insects all the way to the Namib’s outback to help conserve the large predators that live there.
Brandy, has successfully recovered from her snare injuries. Whether the incident had terminated her pregnancy remains to be seen but experts are hopeful.
Carnivore Conservation Research Project collaborating with Namibian farmers to help resolve the human/predators conflict.
The Leopard Project in South Africa’s North West province reached a highlight on 18 August 2014 with a female leopard, called Shera, receiving root canal treatment on her teeth before being released into the wild.
A young male leopard makes his first kill at Cheetah Plains.
A leopard leaps from a tree in Moremi Game Reserve onto an impala grazing below.
Photographs that celebrate the lovely leopards of the Timbavati.
Scott mulls over conservation issues in South Africa, while at a fantastic leopard sighting in the Kruger.
A once in a lifetime opportunity to follow and photograph the daily activities of a female leopard and her two cubs in Moremi Game Reserve.
A fierce battle between two top predators ends with casualties on both sides.
Jaci’s Lodges in Madikwe Game Reserve were treated to some very interesting and unique predator interaction after leaving a camera trap at a buffalo carcass.
Scott proves that iSimangaliso Wetland Park lives up to its name: “place of wonders” in isiZulu. South Africa’s first world heritage site does not disappoint for those armed with a camera and a zoom lens.
A pride of lions take on a buffalo but a keen youngster is a bit too eager in her approach.
A bittersweet video of an impala lamb and a leopard sighting in the Kruger.
Next time your safari guide asks you about your interests before a drive, perhaps, trees or birds should be your response, but never a leopard!
We follow the life of a leopard at Cheetah Plains, from birth to independence.
On a recent trip to Tsavo West National Park Stratton Hatfield is fortunate to have a very unique encounter with a young male leopard.
We visit the Cederberg to celebrate ten years of leopard conservation with the Cape Leopard Trust.
The story of a leopard that guests at Kwando Safaris’ Lagoon Camp saw killed by a pack of dogs when he ventured too near their den in the heat of the day.
A leopard cub is involved in a tense stand off with a pride of lions for the remains of a buffalo carcass.
An exciting encounter where a pack of wild dogs chase a leopard up a tree in Botswana’s Limpopo-Lipadi Private Game and Wilderness Reserve.
Adorable images of a mischievous leopard cub using its mother’s tail as a play toy.
The month of March has proved to be phenomenal in terms of sightings of big cats, delighting both rangers and guests at the Klaserie Private Nature Reserve.
In the vast savannah of the Serengeti National Park there was an eclectic buzz about the land, almost as if the inhabitants were beckoning me to come and pay them a visit. Not long after entering the park, I spotted a leopard…
Now here is something we definitely don’t see everyday: a leopard and hyenas sharing a meal in the Masai Mara.
A leopard chases a bat-eared fox down the burrow in the Kgalagadi.
Until a recent trip to Pilanesberg National Park, this travel writer had never seen the elusive leopard. We follow him as he comes face to face with a leopard for the first time.
A leopard flies into the air to catch a guineafowl dinner for her two cubs.
On page 31 of the Africa Geographic October 2013 issue, Don Pinnock encounters some loved-up leopards. Following on from that article, here are 5 facts that we bet you didn’t know about the leopard mating ritual!
By the time we neared the sighting spot, the two leopards disappeared into some incredibly thick bush along the river. I asked Kevin what my best approach was and he said that I should try get down into the river.