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Notch 2 ‘procreates’ and more tiny babies!

Compared to the last couple of days with great Leopard sightings yesterday was a little quieter, but nonetheless still a good day. First we managed to catch up with the Notch Coalition, south of the Talek River, although sadly arriving at the sighting when the light had started to become a little 'harsh' and unfortunately not during the 'golden hour' in...

The Leopard fest continues!

After an awesome morning with Olives Cub (Saba) the luck with Leopard sightings continued into the afternoon of the 3rd.We heard that a female Leopard had been spotted just south of the Talek so of course we hot footed it over, on the way spending a few brief moments with one of the sub adult males from the Rekero pride...

Another morning with the Leopard Cub

Given the minor (I hope!) mechanical issues we had the day prior we decided that until we could have a look at the problem we should keep ourselves local and not venture too far. So we decided to return again to the area where we had yesterday seen Olive's cub. This proved to be a good plan!As we came up...

Mara adventures have begun…….

Finally after a crazy work schedule in the UK we are finally both back in the Mara now for a little over two weeks hopefully giving us plenty of time to catch up on whats been happening since the trip in March. We arrived into the Mara late on Thursday (28th) after the usual bone rattling 6 hour drive from...

New Website Images loaded from latest trip

Finally I have got around to loading on some new images onto our photography website www.imagesofwildlife.co.uk taken during my last trip to the Mara with a few new ones from last year. For those who follow our adventures check back here again in two months time as we return to the Masai Mara in Kenya at the end of June for...

Olive hunts in the Midday sun!

The afternoon of the 16th was a quiet but nonetheless a very pleasant drive . We came across a small breeding herd of Elephants who were feeding in the forest along the river, not too far from our camp. In amongst them was one particularly huge Elephant and that must have been at least 45 years plus. The youngsters in...

Returning to the Marsh

On the evening of the 15th we took a drive down toward Paradise Plains and here we came across three of the Paradise Plain/Serena females. With them were three male lions, ones which many of the guides did not recognise. Two of the males could have easily been mistaken for the 'Notch boys', but they were not these guys. Whilst...