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Birmingham Pride of lions

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Still hanging with the pride (young Birmingham) today:


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The Ross Males continue their mind games by scent marking all around him but he just ignores them. Lol. Even young Nk male wasn’t this stubborn!
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(10-27-2020, 02:21 AM)Gijima Wrote: The Ross Males continue their mind games by scent marking all around him but he just ignores them. Lol. Even young Nk male wasn’t this stubborn!

NK male was barely 3 yrs old when he get ousted, he had no chance yet to run..

Birmingham young male is few months over 4 yrs old, big and strong, and injury looks good, he prob feels pretty confident that he can defend himself in a 1 vs 1 situation, otherwise he would run at the sight of Tyson, as he did before injury, half a year ago.. When injury happened he had no choice yet to stay..

And now it seems that Ross males are not sure what too do, as young male is very big, Tyson is prob pissed towards his brother for not helping him ousting him, Fabio quite likes young male hehe..
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Birmingham breakaway pride seen this afternoon at Makanyi lodge. 
They were on a Giraffe kill
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(10-27-2020, 02:21 AM)Gijima Wrote: Still hanging with the pride (young Birmingham) today:


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The Ross Males continue their mind games by scent marking all around him but he just ignores them. Lol. Even young Nk male wasn’t this stubborn!
The young Birmingham male is over 4 years old and a couple of months now. He's probably big as the Ross males at this stage. at least he look very big and massive as the Avoca/Giraffe males...
He is gaining confidence,power and strength each passing day on Ngala with his natal pride.
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(10-26-2020, 09:52 AM)BA0701 Wrote: Video of the interaction @Tr1x24 posted the images of, between the Ross male Tyson and the Birmingham Male. The young male is really walking very well on his once injured leg, as evident in the video. Birmingham Pride can be seen beginning at around the 5:33 mark.





Thanks for sharing such incredible video in this thread my friend.
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The young Birmingham male (Osindile)
Osindile means Survivor in Zulú.
Screenshot from: Wildearth.TV - Ngala,(Date Taken): 26/10/2020

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The Birmimgham pride with the Ross males and the young Birmingham male.
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Tyson of the Ross males on a territorial patrol
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October 26. 2020 

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A couple videos of the dominate Ross male and the young Birmingham male having a stand off.
Such interesting behavior and reactions between the two.
Video credits goes to: Shaun Marshall
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Birmingham breakaway pride on a giraffe kill
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(10-27-2020, 06:10 PM)TinoArmando Wrote: A couple videos of the dominate Ross male and the young Birmingham male having a stand off.
Such interesting behavior and reactions between the two.

Tyson Ross male has the most terrifiying look in the eyes i have ever seen in lions, even 1 ranger on WE said that he is scared even in vechicle when Tyson walks close by.. Amazing character..
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(10-27-2020, 06:10 PM)TinoArmando Wrote: A couple videos of the dominate Ross male and the young Birmingham male having a stand off.
Such interesting behavior and reactions between the two.
Video credits goes to: Shaun Marshall

While the Birmingham Young Male is clearly submissive to Tyson, I believe Tyson has shown quite a bit of respect and hesitation as of late, towards the young male. I firmly believe Tyson was the one who injured him to begin with, but I also believe the young male is the one who gave Tyson that nasty cut on his face a few days ago. So, while he is certainly asserting his dominance, he doesn't appear too quick to start a fight either. 

Do we know who the males are that the narrator of the video I posted a couple of days ago was referring to? He said there were other males in the area roaring, causing tension with the Ross males, and causing the entire pride to roar in response, to try and fend off the intruders. Could it be the Mbiris, since the Birmingham Young Male happened upon them eating a kill during his walk?
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(10-27-2020, 10:20 PM)BA0701 Wrote:
(10-27-2020, 06:10 PM)TinoArmando Wrote: A couple videos of the dominate Ross male and the young Birmingham male having a stand off.
Such interesting behavior and reactions between the two.
Video credits goes to: Shaun Marshall

While the Birmingham Young Male is clearly submissive to Tyson, I believe Tyson has shown quite a bit of respect and hesitation as of late, towards the young male. I firmly believe Tyson was the one who injured him to begin with, but I also believe the young male is the one who gave Tyson that nasty cut on his face a few days ago. So, while he is certainly asserting his dominance, he doesn't appear too quick to start a fight either. 

Do we know who the males are that the narrator of the video I posted a couple of days ago was referring to? He said there were other males in the area roaring, causing tension with the Ross males, and causing the entire pride to roar in response, to try and fend off the intruders. Could it be the Mbiris, since the Birmingham Young Male happened upon them eating a kill during his walk?
That's really correct my friend. Tyson as one point has showed something of respect toward the young Birmingham male, However if he continues to be stubborn probably both Ross  males will chasing him out of the Birmingham pride...
Those males that were roaring could be the Mbiri males? (Matimba sons).
Tyson clearly showed that he is the Boss there and if the young Birmingham male doesn't follow his rules he will letting him know easily hehe
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(10-27-2020, 10:26 PM)TinoArmando Wrote:
(10-27-2020, 10:20 PM)BA0701 Wrote:
(10-27-2020, 06:10 PM)TinoArmando Wrote: A couple videos of the dominate Ross male and the young Birmingham male having a stand off.
Such interesting behavior and reactions between the two.
Video credits goes to: Shaun Marshall

While the Birmingham Young Male is clearly submissive to Tyson, I believe Tyson has shown quite a bit of respect and hesitation as of late, towards the young male. I firmly believe Tyson was the one who injured him to begin with, but I also believe the young male is the one who gave Tyson that nasty cut on his face a few days ago. So, while he is certainly asserting his dominance, he doesn't appear too quick to start a fight either. 

Do we know who the males are that the narrator of the video I posted a couple of days ago was referring to? He said there were other males in the area roaring, causing tension with the Ross males, and causing the entire pride to roar in response, to try and fend off the intruders. Could it be the Mbiris, since the Birmingham Young Male happened upon them eating a kill during his walk?
That's really correct my friend. Tyson as one point has showed something of respect toward the young Birmingham male, However if he continues to be stubborn probably both Ross  males will chasing him out of the Birmingham pride...
Those males that were roaring could be the Mbiri males? (Matimba sons).
Tyson clearly showed that he is the Boss there and if the young Birmingham male doesn't follow his rules he will letting him know easily hehe

It was post 27 on page 2 of this thread, if you're not sure which video I was talking about, but the pride certainly began roaring in unison, after the Ross male started it, and the guide said it was in response to other lions encroaching on their territory. I was only putting two and two together, since the BYM took that long walk, and was seen on video close to the Mbriris, and the guide in the video I post which showed the BYM had returned to the Birmingham pride, he mentioned that BYM had been with the Mbiris as well. If the Mbiris made a move on the Birmingham pride, I wonder how BYM would react, would he fight beside the Ross males, or against them?
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(10-27-2020, 10:33 PM)BA0701 Wrote: It was post 27 on page 2 of this thread, if you're not sure which video I was talking about, but the pride certainly began roaring in unison, after the Ross male started it, and the guide said it was in response to other lions encroaching on their territory. I was only putting two and two together, since the BYM took that long walk, and was seen on video close to the Mbriris, and the guide in the video I post which showed the BYM had returned to the Birmingham pride, he mentioned that BYM had been with the Mbiris as well. If the Mbiris made a move on the Birmingham pride, I wonder how BYM would react, would he fight beside the Ross males, or against them?

He wont fight Ross males thats for sure, he would most likely run away, he is not in the control of the pride, he is part of the pride..

But i dont think Mbiris would invade them, they have much easier targets in Manyeleti then Ross males, but i guess you are talking hypotetical..
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