Satara Summer – Day 3 (2019/12/07)

Out Satara’s gates at 04:30 this morning, we didn’t have to wait too long before finding a mating pair of lions right in the road. Our afternoon drive didn’t yield the same results, mostly due to a very welcome drizzle setting in. We were however welcomed back to camp by Satara’s habituated African Wild Cat.

25 thoughts on “Satara Summer – Day 3 (2019/12/07)

  1. puppy1952

    Lovely sightings! Great to see the wild cat. We didn’t see it at Satara but a few years ago there was one at Skukuza camp. In 2017 I came face to face with one at Tsendze camp just outside the ablution block, but this year did not see it.

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  2. Anne

    We have also enjoyed the presence of (possibly the same one) a wild cat near our camp at Satara. It tolerates company from a distance, seeks shade under vehicles, yet I have never seen it trying to filch food or ingratiate with human company.

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  3. H.J. for avian101

    The male lion is such a handsome animal. These big cats have so much power behind the serene expression and innocence of their eyes. Great post, D. 🙂

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