Reporting Date: 11.03.2013
Midday is the lunch time for the three brother cheetahs. Today Ranger Godson saw them as they were trying to separate a Topi from the herd in order to bring it down. They were quite close but Topis knowing their trick defied to be split making it impossible for the brothers to make a kill. A Cheetah has no strength to bring down a Topi on its own. It will call for more than two cheetahs. Later they gave up and went to rest under a tree and work for the next strategy
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Reporting Date: 09.03.2013
Water holes in the Lamai plains have become the resting ground for the Hyenas. Today we found them in a huge pool splashing water like humans. After a while we saw one Hyena moving out of the water with rotten head of the Zebra connected to its back bone. After reaching a safe place far from others it started to have its meal. The rest of the Hyenas followed and started the scramble for a share of the carcass.
Reporting Date: 07.03.2013
Lamai plains are known to hold a lot of Animals especially when the migration has moved to the south like it is currently. We have three brother Cheetahs that are using the advantage of tall grass to hunt by concealing themselves shortening the distance of ambush hence making easy kills, especially of Thompson gazelles. As the ranger spotted them they had just ambushed a herd of Thompson gazelle which happened to have already prepared themselves after they had gotten the cheetahs scent.
Reporting Date: 05.03.2013
We came across two male lions and four lionesses which form part of Lamai pride of 22 that dominate the Lamai plains. Today they looked very relaxed as their bellies were full. They had lots of confidence. From a distance we could see Topi, Zebra and Thompson gazelle that had gathered drinking water from a water hole. It became clear that the lions managed to make easy kills by hiding in the tall grass near the water hole.
Reporting Date: 03.03.2013
A lioness with her beautiful cabs were spotted this week around the Lamai plains by our ranger with his guests.
The mother of the Cabs had decided to bring out her young ones early in the morning to bask in the Serengeti Sunshine before the day grew hotter. As it turned out, the two cabs enjoyed this rare treat from their mother and couldn’t get enough of their play time.
Normally a lioness will always hide her cabs to protect them from other predators both from within and from other animal species and only letting them come out of their hiding for short periods during the day.
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