Reporting Date: 31.03.2013
Gnus (Wildebeests) are known to migrate from South to north of Serengeti national park which has become part of the wonders of the World. We have some which form the tail of the migration and they end remaining behind while others migrate. Currently we have around 600 Gnus along the Lamai area with few Zebras and other Antelopes. As they usual give birth between January and March some already have babies. This has given Hyenas an opportunity to make easy kills of the new born babies.
Our guests have been happy to see the migration here even though it is not yet time for the Migration.
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SBT - Daily Game Reports
Reporting Date: 29.03.2013
We came across a pride of four lions with their cubs on a Kopje overlooking the horizons and at the same time enjoying the sun rise. Whenever the night is very cold Lions will relax on the Rock waiting for the Sunrise which also gives them an advantage of seeing the prey from very far.
Reporting Date: 27.03.2013
When the temperature rises during the day both carnivore and herbivore will seek a place to quench their thirst and at the same time forgetting their differences.
This afternoon zebras, Topis, Wildebeests, Impala, hartebeests Thompson Gazelles, hyenas gathered at the water holes of Lamai plains. After they had quenched their thirsty it’s when each started to realize that it is close to an enemy scattering into different directions for safety.
Reporting Date: 25.03.2013
Late evening and early morning we hear Lion roaring. Male lions roar to advertise their presence to other prides and also to intimidate opponents and show dominance to the pride and strengthen their social bond.
Reporting Date: 23.03.2013
A medium sized Buffalo was wallowing in a wide water hole full of mud .This usually cools their body making them feel comfortable. The mud plastered skin when dry peels off with the ticks making them clean and tidy.
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