This week’s Virtual Safari is sure to have you on the edge of your seats.
A skittish Male leopard forces us to play the patience game on a cloudy gusty day, initially thinking it was the Maxim’s Male, we soon realise that it is in fact the Mawelawela Male who was the furthest into the Senegal Bush Male’s territory.
Barry then ventures into the north and manages to find the Nkuhuma Pride, all their cubs and an Avoca Male feeding on a buffalo carcass which they must have caught in the early hours of the morning. That afternoon we are then treated with a magical sighting of the Avoca Male walking down the road directly towards us in some magnificent golden light before we then see the uncomfortably full pride waiting out the heat of the day.
To close out we have another phenomenal sighting of the Xinzele Female and her cub, before potential tragedy strikes.
Enjoy this Week in Video…
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A small female often found in NW Marthly. Similar spot pattern to her mother the Ingrid Dam Female.
Began as a fairly unrelaxed leopard in the southwestern parts of the reserve. Now providing great viewing in the open grasslands
Thank you, Suzanne. This week’s virtual safari was pretty intense. All-round enough to keep everyone on the edge of their seats.