The transit route is a road that runs up through our concession here between the two camps; Selinda Camp and Zarafa Camp. It is a main access road for our game drives between the southern and nothern part of the concession. It has been the scene of some spectacular game viewing in the past week.
Our pride of Lions and our pack of Wild Dogs have both been spotted along this route, and amazingly were sighted under the same bush less than 24 hours apart.
Here are some of the lionesses…
Then less than 24 hours later, our pack of Wild Dogs under the same bush…
The Wild Dogs were hanging around the Cape Buffalo which the Lions had killed the day before and scavenged the few remains on the carcass…
We hope to see you soon out here on the Selinda Reserve! Bush greetings from the Selinda Camp team!
What will we find next? Keep watching for more updates.
Tags: 60 Minutes, Botswana Luxury Safari, Botswana Safari, Cape Buffalo, Dereck and Beverly Joubert, Great Plains Conservation, Selinda Camp, Selinda Lion Pride, Selinda Reserve, The Last Lions, wild, Wild Dog
This entry was posted on Tuesday, April 17th, 2012 at 8:43 am
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