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The Birmingham Males

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A rare sighting indeed. Stay tuned for more images from this incredible scene. Image by Andrew Danckwerts at Mala Mala, December 13, 2018


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One of the Birmingham males (Nhena) sat intently listening to the calls of another male and female who were no more than a hundred meters away. Moments after this photograph he proceeded to roar in unison with the other two lions. This call could be one of many; either a territorial call to indicate to other lions their position or it may have been a contact call to the other male in the coalition in the pride. This sound is inexplainable and one of my guests was in tears of joy to have finally heard this incredible noise after numerous visits to the bush.


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The Tsalala lioness and Birmingham male (Nhena) have still been seen together; we were fortunate enough to be in the right place at the right time to watch them mate on these boulders. Here the male was following the female as she moved off the rock. We are growing more and more hopeful that she will fall pregnant with each mating bout she has.


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Nsuku, image by Damon Middleton, December 15, 2018

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Golden eyed Nhenha. Image by Denise Vouri at Londolozi, December 17, 2018

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Image by Austin Chang at Rattrays. December 17, 2018.

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Nsuku, image by Marten Heinrichs, December 18, 2018 from late 2017

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BBoys turn it on.
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Nhenha. Charles Gunawan at Londolozi, December 20, 2018


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Nsuku. Image by PuraChristy at Londolozi, December 29, 2018: “Majestic Birmingham Male, scar hip.



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Image by Jacqueline Song at Londolozi, December 26, 2018

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Images by Anna K at Mala Mala, Dec 26, 2018
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Tynio with a bite mark. Image  by Alex Jordan December 29, 2018


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Image by Kerryn Du Toit at MalaMala, December 24, 2018

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Nhenha at MalaMala. Image by Kaleigh Steelman, December 26, 2018

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Photo taken by Dean Frank De La Rey. 



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Photo taken by Dirk Badenhorst

We seldom get to see these boys all together anymore, so it's good to see these pics of them bonding.
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Why is there no new updates on the Birmingham Males?
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The BIRMINGHAM BOYS (from left: NHENHA, NSUKU, TINYO) by Pieter van Wyk - Mala Mala Game Reserve


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Kambula pride with a Birmingham male
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