This week we take you on an adventure where we start off spending the afternoon with the mother cheetah and her now sub-adult male very far north. The golden backlit scene of the two cheetahs couldn’t be more spectacular. Our hopes of them hunting in the open clearing were quickly halted as we noticed a hyena come walking through the scene, making it no longer worthwhile for the cheetah.
However, they do get up and start moving with the setting sun in the background making for such a stunning sunset scene.
This week we also include a bit of sad news in that we believe the Plaque Rock Female has sadly lost her cubs. After she moved them into the river we never saw them again.
And we then finish off with some very intriguing news. The Birmingham Male is back and looking as good as ever. We got some intel from the eastern neighbours saying that they had turned up over there. We then find the Birmingham Male looking very well fed and spend some time with him this morning. We will return there this afternoon and hope to see him join up with the Nkuhuma Male.
Enjoy this Virtual Safari…
A pretty young playful female found along the river to the east of camp
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Thank you so much, Ennio. It is really sad about the cubs but I guess it is the circle of life. We can only hope for her to fall pregnant again soon and give birth to some more cubs.