Reporting Date: 23.06.2012
While watching the breathe taking battle Peter and his guests noticed a huge herd of Buffalo hurriedly running towards the Buffalo cow and her calf. His guests were anxious to see what would happen when the huge herd arrived and sure enough the Lions fled the scene one by one after realising they had been out numbered by the mighty beasts. Peter decided to follow them for a while to acertain wether the Lions had really given up or were willing to give it a final chance. To his guests suprise they re-grouped and went ahead and started singling out a lone Buffalo that was lagging behind the herd.
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Reporting Date: 22.6.2012
Peter and his five guests were on a fullday gamedrive and were hoping to see some Lions. They spend the better part of the morning around Sopa plains looking for the Sopa pride. Around midday they came across a lone lioness sitting under a thicket with a huge herd of Buffalo nearby. After a short while they came across the rest of the pride and after a short while the lions started heading towards the buffaloes. To everyone's suprise the lions sorrounded a lone buffalo and her calf who had been lagging behind and tried to take down the calf. After several attempts the lions had to flee because the rest of the herd came to the rescue.
Reporting Date: 19.6.2012
The end of the long rains is around the corner and maasai mara game reserve is lushing with grass ready to welcome the great migration like it has done many years back. Some part of the reserve host many plain game and grass has been kept short by the daily graze. Its here you find them in big partys in that they can spot any predator at a distance. peter and his guest came across this groupings relatively relaxed.
Reporting Date: 10.6.2012
Claws in the cat play a vital role of holding and pinning down prey.They need attention now and then, and today on an early morning game drive peter and his guest came across the three big boys of sopa area on the act. they were clawing and feeding from a buffalo they killed in the morning. One of the boys had probably realised the claws needed some attention and went ahead to sharpen by the tree they were shading from as the other lied down on guard of the kill to keep away the jackals.
Reporting Date: 7.6.2012
The resident tower of girraffe is a common feature around the camp everyday. They wonder south of the camp and drink at the salt lick and wonder towards the villages everyday. One female gave birth two weeks ago and is hiding the young one behind the hills as the resident male lion has been near the salt lick for acouple of weeks now.
The male giraffe was by the camp fire browsing on the big acacia, even with waiters moving around with their duties.He is confident at home i guess!
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