Apr 12, 2016 |
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The initial push of the annual Okavango Delta inundation has entered the Concession, with water filling the main channel between Abu and Seba Camps and spilling across the floodplain right in front of us.
Three male lions, two of which had collars, were sighted during the month. Lion researcher Carolyn Whitesell spent some time in the Concession this month preparing to remove the last of the collars on these lions now that a huge amount of data on lion movements in the area has been gathered.
Our guests also enjoyed seeing a second lion pride consisting of one male lion with three lionesses, which had succeeded in bringing down a buffalo.
Towards the end of the month we found a dead bull elephant with obvious...