After a quiet start, the day picked up amazingly for me at around lunch time. On my way back to camp I came across a Leopard resting on the same old Fig Tree where the young female was yesterday. It turned out that it was a male this time, a very shy one I had seen a couple of times in the past few months. Shortly after, another Leopard climbed the same tree and laid just behind the male. It was Mbili, the mother of the young female I saw yesterday. They then descended the tree together and it was clear that she was in full estrus. She rubbed repeatedly and vigorously against him until they mated a couple of times. As they disappeared in the bushes, a flock of Guineafowls started screaming, and upon closer inspection, I found the young female on a tree nearby, probably chased by the two adults approaching. In the late evening she descended and reached for a Reedbuck that was hanging on a tree, the result of last night’s hunt, but shortly after the mating couple reached her tree and made her flee.