Resident Sirheni Leopard

by Marcus

Resident Leopard

Resident Leopard

Sirheni is famous for its resident leopard. It is seen most often from the low-level bridge that crosses the Shisha river, 6 kiliometers from camp, or along the Mphongolo river in front of the camp bungalows.

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Oct 26, 2015
by: Fujic

That’s a beautiful leopard right there. Maybe it’s not special by local standards, but I think it’s gorgeous. Is it safe standing on the bridge you mentioned to spot the beast? And they have bungalows near where this animal comes out?

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