Reporting Date: 09.03.2013
The Masai Mara game reserve has a good population of lions. Lion territories can be between15-30 square kilometers depening on the amount of game in the region. A pride of lions can be composed of 5-30 members, young males are kicked out of the pride at the age of two and a half years and can only own a pride when they get to about five years. Due to immense competition male lions form coalitions so as to get a chance to breed and hold the territory for a longer period. Male coalitions can comprise of two to five mature males.
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Reporting Date: 07.03.2013
Peter and his two guests were on a full-day game drive and saw many lions as they were driving around the Mara. The highlight of the day was when they came across two lionesses with their eight cubs sitting under a sausage tree. As they say nature is full of suprises, just as Peter and his guests were about to exit the National reserve they saw a young male Leopard lying on a tree. They watched for a while until he decided to jump down and head off towards the nearby bushes.
Male Leopards are solitary and only come in contact with the female during mating period.
Reporting Date: 01.03.2013
On a fullday game drive ranger Japeth and his guests spent the better part of the day around the Sopa region. His guests found it amazing to drive through the never ending grassy plains of the Mara game reserve. Japeth explained to his guests how the predators are having a hard time finding prey due to the long grass. Just before midday they came across two lionesses feeding on a buffalo carcass. As they watched the lionesses feed, they noticed how one of them kept trying to get the little meat that was left on the carcass. Its as though the lions knew the next meal was not anytime soon!
Reporting Date: 20/2/2013
The long grass facilitated by the short rains in the Maasai Mara game Reserve is poising a challange to the predators. Acquiring a meal is difficult but the predators must survive by whatever means.
While on game drive in the reserve charles and his guest encountered an unusual meal sharing between the hyeanas and a lioness. The lioness was skinny and probably not well or recovering from an illness. Lions and hyeanas are rivals but this time round they were dinning together but a limit line was still kept. The meal was part of what a resident pride may have left behind.
Tags: Daily Game Report
Reporting Date: 13.2.2013
A game drive into the Mara Game Reserve never cease to produce something unique everyday. Daniel and charles with their guest while driving through posee plains encountered these elegant,calm and determined cheetahs walking on one of access. The mission seemed to be towards the Talek junction an area teeming with Thompson gazzelles. The two brothers are still strong after losing one of their brother nearly two years ago in the same area. They surprise many visitors by their utter disregard of humans by using vehicles as lookouts.
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