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Lions of Manyeleti

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( This post was last modified: 04-30-2019, 12:38 AM by Potato )

Manyeleti update

It’s been an incredibly interesting week in terms of the predator dynamics within the reserve and some big changes seem to be happening, and fast!

The 2 Orpen males continue to push more south and are now visually and vocally making their way more and more into the Manyeleti. Both males were mating with two of the Nharu females this week, and this is just what the pride needed. Meanwhile we viewed the 6 young males of the Nharu pride for the first time in a while around S8 dam. This morning we found them very close to Tintswalo lodge and they were in the presence of the old Avoca male. All 6 look in amazing condition and if they stay together will be a huge force in the area in the future. 
Two of the Talamati females were found in the south with their 4 cubs. The cubs provide amazing viewing entertainment as the play with each other and with their mothers, a real treat for any guests to witness.
Still no sign of the 12 Mbiri members, and we wake up each morning hoping and wondering if they have made their way back from the Kruger National Park. They are probably wary of coming back into the area due to all the activity of the Orpen Males.

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