Gosh Sean, always a treat waiting for the highlights… always something new. Fascinating the sequence in which a leopard starts to feed on their kill. Loved the tiny Eli that briefly sneaked out from behind the herd💓 but was sad to see how tired and old the one Birmingham makes is getting. He seemed to have little energy poor chap. Should he die willnhus brother move off or continue to hang on with the pride ?
An amazing week has been had by all that is Londolozi. Celebrating an iconic Nelson Mandela and all he stood for and did for the country and the world yesterday.
Leopard viewing has again been amazing with the Ximungwe Female being found seconds after she had killed an impala ram almost double her size. Hearing lions calling in the morning is enough to get the adrenalin going. In trying to get to whichever lion is calling we are struck down with a flat tire preventing us from seeing a Birmingham Male crosses into Mala Mala. Thankfully a few days later we got there in time. Elephants entertain us for another afternoon drive as there is always something going on, after something triggers them off they move across for a drink and give us a spectacular view.
The Wild dog den has lived up to expectations and has been amazing for all those who have made it down there to see the growing pups. Sadly, three of the pups have gone missing and we have no idea how.
Enjoy this Week in Video…
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Thank you Cally, I think that if he was to die that the other male would hang around the pride of females for as long as he could, or until he is driven off by new rival males.