After hearing about an unbelievable sighting of the Ndzandzeni Female and her two cubs feeding on a python, we set off with the mission of trying to find them, knowing that it was quite likely they would be in the same area that afternoon. Successful in our endeavours we spent the afternoon watching the two youngsters play around.
We then find a few pretty thirsty-looking giraffes that are unable to quench their thirsts as a couple of hyenas are resting on the edge of the waterhole.
The Northern Avoca Males make a bold statement as they are found just to the north of the Londolozi camps, and spend the evening calling, proclaiming this section of the reserve. The following morning one of the Two Avoca Males is then found mating with a Ntsevu Female, quite far into the Birmingham Males’ territory.
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