Reporting Date: 16/11/11.
The short rains are finally here and the Mara has been receiving good amounts of rainfall. The grass on the extensive Mara plains is recovering after being lawned for four months by the mega herds of wildebeests.
Today on a fullday game drive Peter, Ferdinand and their guests were having a good time driving around in the mara game reserve. They saw lots of animals but the highlight of the day was seeing two different Leopards at different spots. All the guests were very impressed by this.
Later on that evening, Alex and his two guests were heading back to camp after their first gamedrive in the Mara bushtops wildlife conservancy. Just before geting to camp they spotted a male and female Leopard hanging out together. It seemed they were on 'honeymoon' because they are generally solitary and territorial.
It was leopard treat for all guests staying at Mara bushtops.