Lion (Panthera Leo)
This month the sightings of lions on the reserve have been good. Tembe the male lion of the north has been very active with marking territory and patrolling the reserve. He has even come as far as into the south where the Dinokeng male lion is. The two males have not met yet but we are sure that when they do it’s going to be a sight to see. Male lions will mark territory in order to establish more territory and the more territory they own the more dominant they are.
The females on the reserve are also doing well both females in the north and south are still very successful with their hunting and always when we see them they have full stomachs. There are no new lion cubs on the reserve yet but we suspect one of the females might be pregnant only time will tell. Hopefully, soon there will be new little cubs running around.