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Thursday, 26 April 2012

Idube Safari Highlights #139: 02 - 04 April 2012


In this Highlights video:
The title credits feature the Shangwa 3:3 young male leopard
The Ximhungwe pride were deep in the south west, away from the Selati males. Here the youngsters are relaxed and playing.
After leaving the lions we had drinks and headed back to the lodge, bumping into the Hlab'nkunzi female leopard on the way back.
A herd of elephants that were feeding in the thick bush below Alberts koppies
A lone buffalo bull feeding on the side of the road.
A big bull elephant having a drink at Piva pan.
Hlab'nkunzi female leopard trailing the Dewane male, trying to tempt him to mate with her. She was not having much luck, her attempts were violently rejected mostly!
A herd of elephants close to the lodge.
The Selati males resting next to the road, north of the river.
Shangwa female leopard grooming her son before he moves off to feed on their impala kill.
A surprise sighting of the Selati males on a morning patrol, their tracks were still being followed on the other side of the reserve when we found them!
A herd of giraffe that the lions walked past.
A lovely bull elephant feeding on some lush green grass.
Another herd of giraffe. One of the males was keen to mate, but the female kept walking away.
At the end of the drive the Selati males were seen resting just to the south of the lodge.