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Birmingham Nhenha - Londolozi Game Reserve - 16th August 2018


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Tinyo. Credit: MalaMala, image by Arjun Anand, posted August 16, 2018

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Credit: Londolozi, image by Stephanie Harewood, posted August 15, 2018

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Nhenha. Credit: Londolozi, image by Ryan Petrilla, posted August 15, 2018

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Nsuku. Credit: Londolozi, image by Isheta Salgaocar, posted June 20, 2018

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Credit: Londolozi, image by Anderson Expeditions, posted August 16, 2018
Get off’a my back! A lioness has had just about enough of the big fella’s amorous advances and she lets him know about it! These two cats seen on Shingalana Clearing, Londolozi performing the dance that is lion mating.

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Nhenha. Credit MalaMala, image by Andrew Danckwerts, posted August 16, 2018

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(08-17-2018, 03:49 AM)Herekitty Wrote: Nhenha. Credit MalaMala, image by Andrew Danckwerts, posted August 16, 2018

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They are impressive males but their teeth are terrible for their age
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Back in March Mfumo, Nhenha and Tinyo were seen in Umkumbe. Video by elephantherdtours, March 19, 2018
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Credits: Malamala
July Monthly report

3 members of the Gowrie male coalition were seen on a regular basis this month as they continue to focus their attentions on the Kambula pride. Thus, much of their ‘news’ with regards to offspring, mating and kills was covered under the aforementioned pride’s section. The fourth male, the one with the prominent scar under his eye, was absent again. He hasn’t been seen on MalaMala since May prompting cause for concern but unconfirmed reports suggest that he is in the Manyeleti Game Reserve to our north
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Mfumo - the wandering authority
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Nsuku after becoming isolated from the rest of the gang last week. Credit: MalaMala, image by Richard De Gouveia, posted August 13, 2018.
One of the Gowrie Males goes in search of the rest of the Pride.

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Credits MalaMala, image by Andrew Danckwerts, posted August 18, 2018
Another angle of a this magnificent lion

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Nsuku. Looking majestic after a rainy day 
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A slow zoom burst to draw the veiwer into the lions eye
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A Gowrie Male Locks His Eyes On A Number Of Vultures Flying In A Distance
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The oldest BBoy getting some extra attention this week.
Credit: MalaMala, image by Philip Gary, posted August 19, 2018

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Credit: MalaMala, image by Andrew Danckwerts, posted August19, 2018

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There are couple of posts in social media that Mfumo had a fight with Mbiri males and might have been killed.
I am not sure, but Mfumo's long absence and recent Mbiri males wounds are making me believe there is a chance of that happening.
Also MalaMala reported that Mfumo went North
If anybody has any information on this, please shed some light
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(08-19-2018, 11:55 AM)vinodkumarn Wrote: There are couple of posts in social media that Mfumo had a fight with Mbiri males and might have been killed.

from reliable sources?
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