This is a photographic account of the five different males we encountered at Singita Grumeti, in March:
Images by Fokion Zissiadis
Birdwatching is an addictive activity, so much so that many of our guests arrive here with a mild interest in birds, and leave as avid twitchers! Here’s a collections of photos of some of the special birds we saw this month
It was a late afternoon drive when I came across the large Mbogo male leopard lying peacefully in a tree. I called in the sighting and was joined by another game-viewer vehicle. I explained to my guests how the process of animal habituation works and how, once an animal feels comfortable with our presence, low levels of talking, vehicle movement and our scent does not disturb them and that they hardly acknowledge us when we park our game-viewers near them.
This is a photographic account of the five different males we encountered at Singita Grumeti, in March.