Wonderful to see the cubs and lioness. Since there are only 3 cubs in the Virtual Safari, has the one which was seen alone not been reunited with the lionesses? Thanks for all you do!
To all those who choose to celebrate Easter, the Londolozi Family sends you the warmest Easter wishes this weekend. Where you are all spoilt with an abundance of love and special family time.
For this Easter Virtual Safari, we celebrate the return of the remaining Ntsevu Cubs from the Birmingham Males’ rein. With the last Birmingham Male no longer dominant over the Ntsevu Pride, these cubs are now at huge risk with the Ndzhenga Males occupying the western parts of Londolozi. The mothers have seriously got their work cut out for them as they try and avoid any danger, whether it be in the form of any other lions or hyenas.
After leaving the cubs we join the mothers as they set off in search of the next meal to provide for the younguns. One female fixated on a wildebeest nearby nearly has us in front row seats to all the action. As it gets dark we make the call to leave them to the vices and head back to camp.
The following morning three of the Ndzhenga Males are found moving straight through the area where we left the mothers hunting and later then pass through within 50meters of where we left the cubs. We manage to get to the males as they are then walking along the Sand River, triggering memories of when the Ndzhenga Males first arrived.
Enjoy this Virtual Safari…
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It was great to see the cubs doing so well. No, the cub had still not been reunited, it was just the three cubs.