Reporting Date: 28.12.2012
Peter's and his guests were having a good time driving around the Mara Game Reserve as they were heading towards the Sopa region. As they were approaching the Sopa prides territory they came across a cheetah and her three cubs but the high-light of the day was when they came across the Sopa pride. The lions were feeding on a buffalo carcass and just beside was a lioness suckling her cubs. Peter explained to his guests all about the cubs and how they have become the new members of the pride.
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Reporting Date: 25/12/2012.
The Mara game reserve has received a good amount of rainfall over the last one week making it's vast grassy plains look nice and green.
Ranger Alex and his guests were on a full-day game drive and were headed down to the sand-river. Alex was hoping to find the sand-river pride, after searching for a while he noticed alot of vultures circling and knew there must be a carcass around. As they got closer they saw two Lions cubs struggling to feed on a huge eland carcass. Alex and his guests took time to watch the cubs feed and after a while moved on to see the rest of the pride that was sleeping in the near-by bushes.
Reporting Date: 21.12.12
on a full day game drive Daniel and his guests had a special moment just a while after getting into the reserve. Daniel stopped to explain the vegetation of the reserve from east to west when the spotter asked him for a pair of binocular. After finishig the explanation sena the spotter asked Daniel if he could drive to the left behind some bushes half kilometer away as there is surprise!
Just before arriving the dominant male rhino of that area emerged and was somehow in a hurry. It sniffed twice on the ground and Daniel told the guests that it must be following a female. It quickly moved past the car into the bushes and in a moment we heard a commotion and shortly saw a female with it behind the bushes.
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Reporting Date: 11.12.2012
Charles left early to Maasai Mara Reserve with a mission to cover along Talek river and Misigiyoi areas as these are the areas rich with herbivores at the moment which also has attracted the big cats.
While along Talek river the sighting of a lioness with her two healthy cubs was so incredible that they stayed there observing for almost an hour. The lioness licking the cub was so lovely and the response by the cub to lick back the lioness was like" i also do love you mum."
Reporting Date: 05.12.2012
Elephants take regular mud baths, this is important to keep the skin moisturerised. The mud also acts as a sun block.
Peter and his four guests were on game-drive around Posee plains when they came across a huge herd of elephants feeding. As they were driving through the herd they noticed three elephants trying to get as much mud on themselves as they could. Peter's guests found it interesting to watch such huge animals try squeeze and fit themselves in the same small mud hole.
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