Selati male lions – Sabi Sand Wildtuin

Christmas morning with the Selati male lions.Timeless!
Christmas morning with the Selati male lions.Timeless!

Selati malesThe Selati Males are a coalition of four lions born into the Southern Pride in 2007 and 2008 and sired by the Golf Course males.

For anybody who spends a considerable length of time in an ecosystem such as the Sabi Sand, it is always fascinating to witness the constant state of flux in the dynamics of the lion prides and coalitions within the area.

The buffalo carcass is almost finish and one of the Selati males have already left the area, walked over 8 kilometers last night to find the Othawa lionesses.
The buffalo carcass is almost finish and one of the Selati males have already left the area, walked over 8 kilometers last night to find the Othawa lionesses.
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Top 25 Photographs from the Wilderness #2

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Top 25 Photographs from the Wilderness #2
Top 25 Photographs from the Wilderness #2

Tourism Indaba Interview

Indaba Interview

We talk to Keith and Pete of Inyati Private Game Reserve in South Africa about the work they are doing to combat rhino poaching. 210 rhino have been shot and they are losing more rhinos than are being born and if it continutes rhinos are probably heading for extinction in the next 3-4 years!
Hear about the amazing work Inyati together with other lodges in the area are doing to trying to combat the situation, but resources are stretched and they say word needs to get out to the international community in order to realise how serious the situation is, so that something can be done before it’s too late.
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