The Week in Pictures : Cool Cats and Amber Sunsets

A clear theme for “Week in Pics” has emerged. One sideways glance at the slew of images from our guides and photographers is all you need to figure out the common denominator : CATS. Included in the portfolio of leopard and lion images, there are pictures of charismatic sunsets and general game, which always provides…

Leopard and Hyenas : A Toxic Friendship

The prevalence of leopards within the Sabi Sand is a well-documented subject and eager safari-goers flock to the reserve to seek out this mysterious rosette patterned cat. The abundance of drainage lines, access to prey, water sources, and a varied habitat provides the perfect breeding and hunting grounds for leopards. The Sabi Sand, sharing unfenced…

Tales from Tuskers Camera Trap : Leopard Explores the Pan

Daniel Dugmore, one of our avid wildlife photographers, is based at Tuskers Bush Camp. His unwavering passion for the bushveld and intimate knowledge of the Kalahari Moremi corridor area of Botswana, makes him the ideal candidate for documenting the wildlife mysteries of this 365 000 hectare concession! Over the past few months, prior to Dan’s arrival, conservationists strategically…

Balule Lion Catch Up: Intertwining of Prides

The splintered prides, the coalitions and the lone rangers of the lion world all lead colourfully intertwined lives. Whether it be a showdown between testosterone fuelled sub-adults fighting for dominance or the consistent mating with females from various prides; one thing is for certain, the lion sightings and dynamics in the Balule are never dull. About two…