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Birmingham Pride of lions

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(10-14-2023, 01:58 AM)Tr1x24 Wrote: Beautiful BYM Mongawane on H7:

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Still cannot get over how absolutely incredible he looks now.
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Any video?? Does bym Stull have a limp ???
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(10-14-2023, 04:03 AM)Friarfan619 Wrote: Any video?? Does bym Stull have a limp ???

I was wondering the same thing. It had become a lot better right before he and TYM went into Kruger, than it had been when he was with the Birmingham Pride, so hopefully that is a sign that it continues to improve still.
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(10-14-2023, 07:02 AM)BA0701 Wrote:
(10-14-2023, 04:03 AM)Friarfan619 Wrote: Any video?? Does bym Stull have a limp ???

I was wondering the same thing. It had become a lot better right before he and TYM went into Kruger, than it had been when he was with the Birmingham Pride, so hopefully that is a sign that it continues to improve still.

Judging from these photos, I think it's safe to speculate that the limp has improved significantly, to say the least.
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( This post was last modified: 10-17-2023, 10:41 PM by criollo2mil )

(10-14-2023, 04:03 AM)Friarfan619 Wrote: Any video?? Does bym Stull have a limp ???

there is a short short video posted by the photographer's IG.  he still has whay I call a distinct "Osidnile hitch"  to his step.


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I don’t see the two white cubs pictured.   Hopefully they’re not far off

Birmingham pride yesterday 3km E of Orpen.
Credit: Jaco and Remi

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White lioness and two cubs. It's mentioned in the comments that the white cub hasn't been seen for four weeks now, which more than likely means its unfortunately gone.

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(11-28-2023, 07:53 AM)afortich Wrote:




They are not BIrmingham pride.
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(11-28-2023, 05:50 PM)Potato Wrote:
(11-28-2023, 07:53 AM)afortich Wrote:




They are not BIrmingham pride.

Thanks! will move the video. I got confused and thought this was the other thread of the Birmingham :)
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Anyone please update me about the current composition of this pride.
From what I knew this pride split after arrival of the Mbiri males. White Dot BYM sister and 3 Ross daughters were with Mbiris and had cubs in Dec 2022 while 3 other lionesses remained with the Ross Boys.
Are the groups still separate?? Have the numbers changed. Please update.
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(12-07-2023, 11:14 PM)Mabande Wrote: Anyone please update me about the current composition of this pride.
From what I knew this pride split after arrival of the Mbiri males. White Dot BYM sister and 3 Ross daughters were with Mbiris and had cubs in Dec 2022 while 3 other lionesses remained with the Ross Boys.
Are the groups still separate?? Have the numbers changed. Please update.

it has not been easy to keep track of them. theyre fragmented and in recent weeks there seems to be some turmoil w rumors the oldest white cub may be gone.

also, one Lioness who gave birth to three cubs has not introduced them to the core pride so I am not sure of what is going on.
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Remaining white cub and its two litter mates. Not sure if they've been introduced to the rest of the pride or not. Great to see them doing well.





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Hope this little fellow makes it to adulthood.




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The white female of the Birmingham Pride checks back on the rest of the pride as they return to Ngala for a few days during the rains.

The main part of this pride spends most of their time in the Kruger National Park, but there are still females denning on Ngala. Roughly nine cubs have been seen around the Timbavati riverbed from time to time, and we are still being careful around them to keep them safe!


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A day with Birmingham Lion Pride, white Lioness, and 8 cubs.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TVT9RnTO...iandTravel
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