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Coalitions of Kruger National Park

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@Tr1x24 Same haven't seen Mathekenyane since that Mpondo dam sighting
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Nkaya pan males.
Today. Credit: Cath

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Smudge Nose. Hippo Pools male.
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Hamilton male doing well. Seen with a few lioness and 4 cubs. Credit: Heila Smit

Here's link for the pics of the pride. https://www.instagram.com/p/CZGRj0TK_SF/...=copy_link

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(01-26-2022, 02:18 PM)Brahimlegend Wrote: Nkaya pan males.

Looks like they are now in former Nsemani males territory, on H7 east of Satara and Nsemani Dam, as they prob got pushed away from their former territory around s126/Sweni last year by 3 current Sweni pride males. 

Any info where are Nsemani males now?
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Nkaya Pan males have been in Nsemani area since November. Charlie Everseen has photo of Split nose with bite marks on his back and was without his coalition brother.
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(01-26-2022, 07:54 PM)Tr1x24 Wrote:
(01-26-2022, 02:18 PM)Brahimlegend Wrote: Nkaya pan males.

Looks like they are now in former Nsemani males territory, on H7 east of Satara and Nsemani Dam, as they prob got pushed away from their former territory around s126/Sweni last year by 3 current Sweni pride males. 

Any info where are Nsemani males now?
who father the 3  Sweni pride males. you their origins?
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(01-26-2022, 07:54 PM)Tr1x24 Wrote:
(01-26-2022, 02:18 PM)Brahimlegend Wrote: Nkaya pan males.

Looks like they are now in former Nsemani males territory, on H7 east of Satara and Nsemani Dam, as they prob got pushed away from their former territory around s126/Sweni last year by 3 current Sweni pride males. 

Any info where are Nsemani males now?

the Nsemani males and rockfig male are strong males you think they got push out there pride was pretty big and they had couple subs 
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(11-06-2021, 05:42 PM)Tr1x24 Wrote:




(01-27-2022, 12:38 AM)Maximus Wrote: Nkaya Pan males have been in Nsemani area since November. Charlie Everseen has photo of Split nose with bite marks on his back and was without his coalition brother.

I would think the pic from Charlie is not recent since he’s now back in Italy.
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The picture is from November. I know he is in Italy. Everseen and I were messaging about his pictures prior to him posting the photo. He also told me he has thousands of photos of lions from various reserves. To many to post.Everseen took the photos when he went rob Satara to photograph Casper and his brothers.
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(01-27-2022, 11:56 AM)kobe8jf1234 Wrote: who father the 3  Sweni pride males. you their origins?

Not known who they are.

I think they might be this 3 males seen in Mluwati Concession in early 2020, which is not far away from their territory, also they are similar, 2 older, dark maned males and 1 younger, blonde one, Imbali Safari Lodge said that this males are from Imbali pride (prob older brothers of Imbali males south on H1-2).


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But yea, its just my speculation, as photo is too low of a quality to compare whiskers.
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(01-27-2022, 06:34 PM)Maximus Wrote: The picture is from November. I know he is in Italy. Everseen and I were messaging about his pictures prior to him posting the photo. He also told me he has thousands of photos of lions from various reserves. To many to post.Everseen took the photos when he went rob Satara to photograph Casper and his brothers.

Yea, Nkaya Pan males started moving north as 3 Sweni pride males moved into their area around s126 and Sweni waterhole, which happened around mid 2021.
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Berg en Dal. Young Jock male
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Biyamiti pride, currently dominated by Mjejane males
Credits: Daniel Zimmerman

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Mjejane male 
Credits: Hanno Erasmus

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