This week we find ourselves bumping into two honey badgers, which initially started off as a fleeting glimpse, but through persistence, we managed to stick with them until one settled down. Most likely a mother and youngster, we spent some time watching her moving around and foraging.
While still watching the honey badgers we then hear impala alarming and elephant trumpeting in the distance, which leads us to the Senegal Bush Male who was on the trail of the Ximungwe Female.
An afternoon was then spent at the wild dog den where we witness them move across to a new den, although nearby to the old den, it is exciting that they have moved again.
Lastly, after hearing lions calling throughout the night we managed to find the two Plains Camp Males, although not sure if it was them calling all night it was exciting to spend the morning with them and interesting if they are growing in confidence to be vocalising properly throughout the night.
Enjoy this Week in Video…
Initially seen as a young male in 2016, this leopard only properly established territory on Londolozi in mid-2019
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I had no idea that the Senegal Bush male was Karula’s. I do miss that leopardess. Thanks.