On the way to look for Leopards we encountered three females and four cubs of the Ol Kiombo pride of Lions walking beautifully across the plains. We then found Kali already resting inside a thick bush, through which his amazing eyes could hardly be seen. It was nice to see him back in his natal area. Meanwhile, Binti has been seen calling repeatedly a few days ago, and since yesterday she has been honeymooning with the new dominant male of the area, though we haven’t managed to see them yet. Down at the main crossing sites we found a few Crocodiles around a Wildebeest carcass floating in the river. One of them had three Dragon Flies sitting on it.
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- Private Safari in Amboseli NP, Kenya – early July 2019 – Predators
- Photo safari in Masai Mara and Amboseli, Kenya – July 2019 – Safari report – part 1 – Amboseli
- Exceptional Leopard hunt in Masai Mara on our photo safari – August 2018
- Southern Serengeti Photographic Safari – February 2018
- Photographic Safari in Amboseli – February 2018 – More Elephants in black and white