Predators have been very active around Tuli Wilderness this past month.
The Lions were seen early one morning, two adult females and two male cubs. Judging by their stomach index, they had recently eaten. They were crossing the plains and soon disappeared into the thickets where they no…Continue
Despite the thick vegetation after the rains, February proved to be a productive month for predators.
A spotted Hyena den was discovered on another part of the reserve. While on trail two adult hyenas were seen in a rocky outcrop near a marsh. After observing them for a while they…Continue
Good rains have finally settled the dry winter of 2012 at Mashatu. With a dramatic change in vegetation and grass cover, herds of wildebeest, zebra, waterbuck and impala are seen grazing all across the magnificent landscape of Mashatu. Over 33mm of rain (6 days of rain) was recorded around Main Camp,…Continue
In the first week of September we hosted a group of guests from 'Wild Africa' Big Cat Conservation, World Expeditions here at Mashatu. The trip was lead by famous Australian T.V presenter of National Geographic Wild AUS, Ben Britton. The idea of this trip was to assist with the collaring of a male…Continue