Reporting Date: 5/1/2013
Our conservancy boast a tower of giraffe that wanders gracefully within our property and everyday they passby the salt lick infront of the restaurant either to have a drink or supplement minerals in the mineral rich salt lick. The body condition for these animals is in perfect level. Most of the females are pregnant and we expect new borns in the near future.
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Reporting Date: 28.01.2013
Talek river has been replenished with rain water that collected upstream after the rains a couple of days ago. The reeds along are thicker, taller, and lusher. As the sun climbs to midday one of the lioness along the river is found by Daniel and his guest having dicovered the coolness of the reeds, the cubs follow her and her sleeping position invite them to nurse. she lay still and the cubs pushed one another to enjoy the precious meal.
Reporting Date: 26.01.2013
The famous cheetah that gave birth last year near the lookout hill by the mara river is doing well despite the loss of one cub to lions around November. This annoyed the mother cheetah and she went across the sand river to Serengeti for a while and came back over christmas safely with the three cubs. Of late the leap has been hanging around Burrungat plains and the cubs have grown big and look healthy.
Today on full day game drive Daniel and Gordon with their guests came across the family by a lonely tree and they looked relaxed and peaceful.
Reporting Date: 14.1.2013
The short rains came and subsided shortly in November last year but came back in full swing over christmas and after new year.This has facilitated good pasture growth in the open savannah in maasai mara reserve, enjoyed by the gazelles currently. The cheetahs inturn have been attracted to this fields and driving through can reward with the cats sighting.
Daniel on full day game drive came across a cheetah and a cub that had made a kill a few minutes before arriving. The sun was biting hard but they continued to fill before the larger predators come to take over and was stunning to watch them feeding.
Reporting Date: 5/1/2013
Alex with his two guests left the camp with a mission to explore the sand river. The main target was the sand river lion pride found on the rock kopjes near the gate. On arriving at the territory the search didnt last long before his spotter saw some movement at a distance and informed Alex. Driving there was really worth it as they found a cheetah and four small cubs at least a month old. The cubs were learning walking and at the same time discovering the new niche.
Alex explained to the guests that being lion territory it posed them a lot of risk and the mother could be aware and thats why they were on the move to a safer territory. The guests were really impressed and even after finding the big pride of lion the peak of the day remained the cheetah sighting.
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