“Leopard Village”: Community Ecotourism & Resource Center in Muhokya

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Finally caught a glimpse of leopardess Kim's cub

James took a group of tourists out this morning in search of leopardess Kim, who is one of the carnivores we monitor.  James was finally able to catch a glipse of her ~one-year-old male cub, as the cub rushed into a nearby thicket.  Kim was nearby up in an acacia tree.

Here is our first picture of Kim's cub:

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