Lajuma Research Centre is located in the Soutpansberg Mountain Range between Louis Trichardt (Makhado) and Vivo in the Limpopo Province of South Africa. Lajuma has been declared a Natural Heritage Site and forms part of the Luvhondo Nature Reserve within the Vhembe Biosphere Reserve. The area boasts incredible landscape, plant, and animal diversity, including all 5 of South Africa's primates, a healthy population of leopards, brown hyenas, and avian specialities such as the Narina Trogan, Black Eagle, Crested Guineafowl, and Purple-crested Turaco. Our research at Lajuma focues on the interactions between leopards, grey duiker, and bushbuck. Specifically, the focus of Amy Kuczynski's PhD thesis is to demonstrate hetreospecifc eavevesdropping between two antelope species and map out how how this behavior alters their landscape of fear.