A big congratulations to Alexandra Roberts, the winner of this years photo competition for her image of a black rhino running through the bush at Kariega Game Reserve.
Posts tagged “Lions”
How do you fit all of the June action into one newsletter? All I can say is...darting, captures, releases. In only the month of June, volunteers were part of six amazing wildlife captures on the reserve.
It often happened in the very early hours of the morning. I would raise my head from the pillow the better to hear. Moments later the rumbling, soul-stirring, throaty roar of an African lion would be repeated, filling the silence of the night. Reassured that all was well with the world, I would snuggle back under the blankets and, safe in my own bed, drift off to sleep again.
Claus and Iris Wollmer were with us at River Lodge this June and sent us some amazing wildlife photo's taken during their time out on safari at Kariega Game Reserve! Images include our new lion cubs, some giraffe, and the new rhino calf as well as some pics of the rangers and sundowner drinks at the game reserve. Thank you Claus and Iris for sharing these lovely shots with us and we hope to see you back on the reserve one day!
Another month has flown by here at Kariega Game Reserve and as always, it was filled with incredible adventures! We never prepare ourselves for a ‘normal’/’planned’ day here, because literally ANYTHING can happen!
Two picture updates on the new lion cubs that arrived at Kariega Game Reserve in about March this year, taken by ranger Brendon Jennings.
The altruism of nature
This great shot of a male and female lion was taken at Kariega Game Reserve South Africa by ranger Brendon Jennings, who gave it the following caption..
One of the four new lion cubs recently born on Kariega Game Reserve, with mom. This image was uploaded by our great ranger and talented photographer Brendon Jennings with the caption "My first sighting of the new lion cubs on the reserve - what an unforgettable moment!"
We really love this video of a male lion taken at Kariega Game Reserve South Africa and uploaded onto Youtube by one of our guests. Male lions are very protective over their territories and they use a variety of methods to mark their...