Coming to you from a cold UK. This entry is a wonderfully mixed one and as mentioned is only a small part of what we got up to this day!
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We were heading into the main reserve today as I had noted the weather was due for a good morning and I was hoping to catch up with good old Malika and the Marsh pride.
Our luck held and we started off with a wonderful encounter with a Jackal family, something you really do not see every day…
Great fun to have them approaching the vehicle so closely and take as much of an interest in us as we were of them.
We decided to leave a little earlier than I may have done otherwise as the light as still good and Malika had been in this area recently, so we hit the
Fantastic to see her and the cubs running around. Always a highlight of a visit to the Mara.
We then made our way to the nearby “Lookout Point” to see what was around. This is an amazing vantage point and great for surveying the Wildebeest.
Our view from Lookout Point showed that the Wildebeest were still on the backfoot from the confusing storms the Mara was experiencing. We subsequently made our way to a shaded spot for our picnic breakfast and had some good sightings of the supporting cast on the way as you can see. Check back next time for the ongoing updates and to see how we got on in the afternoon!
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