Reporting Date: 30.09.2012
Peter and his guests were on a game drive in the mara game reserve and came across an interesting episode involving three elephants and a rhino. The two elephants decided to bully the rhino but the rhino stood its ground making the elephants to retreat. Peter and his guests were anxious to see what would happen next and within minutes the three elephants came charging towards the rhino and managed to chase it away!
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Reporting Date: 27.09.2012
John and his four guests were out on a full-day game drive and were hoping to get a glimpse of the wildebeest migration and a river crossing. On their way to Talek river they saw several herds of gnus scattered on the Mara plains. As they got closer to the river they saw a small herd gathering by the river bank and before long they all made it across. John's guests found it interesting to see how the gnus chose the easiest crossing point!
Reporting Date: 25/9/2012
Mara river is still a beehive of activity as the migration is found along the river near the mara bridge. four cars from the camp were out on full day game drive and the days' moment was a lioness that stalked at the wildbeest that wanted to cross the river. the lioness had taken an abush on the river reparian so it had the golden chance and managed to wrestle down a wildbeest. The guests witnessed the lioness feeding from the start until it was full which took like an hour.
Reporting Date: 23.9.2012
Its unusual to spot the leopard wandering in the open in broad day light but there are cirmustances that make this happen. It could be, being kicked out of its territory by another male, or in search of a female partner among other reasons. On full day game drive Ferdinard and his four guest bumped into a leopard that came majistically towards their car without fear and walked match past across the plains to a distant into a mini valley two kilometers away.
Reporting Date: 21.9.2012
On full day game drive into the Mara Game Reserve Daniel and his four guest had special moments and one of them was the wildbeest run to catch up the herd that was a head on its way to the Mara river. The interesting thing was that they were running as if to swim across immediately but the moment they got to the river bank non of them was again in a hurry and all gazed at the water and after awhile walked away leaving Daniel and the guests with their fingers on the press button!!!
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