We are now well and truly into summer with plenty of impala lambs being seen on the reserve and with the early rains, the bush is looking incredible! Animals have been out in numbers again this week with the cats out in full force… The Southern Pride lioness was lying on some rocky outcrops when… [Read More]
Ranger Profile: Ronald Mutero
My name is Ronald Mutero. I am a field guide at Sabi Sabi Selati Camp. Growing up living from the land has given me quite a substantial understanding of wildlife and animal behaviour.
I have always been fascinated by nature in many ways that I decided to study towards understanding nature more among other things. I loved looking at nature photos from a young age and had a dream to one day be able to take photos myself and share with the whole world the beauty of nature. I am an amateur photographer and still learning more and it has always been my passion to take photos hence I joined the Social Media team at Sabi Sabi. To me one photo covers a story of a million words, a great way to educate and as well preserve and share memories. It is a great pleasure to be able able to offer my assistance to my guests with few pointers and great positioning for greater chances of making their photography a success.
Nikon 55-200 lens
There has been plenty of activity all over the reserve this past week with some spectacular sightings! Herewith the past week’s highlights from safari… It’s that time of the year again when impalas start giving birth. We just missed to see the whole process of the birth but were fortunate enough to see the young… [Read More]
What a week it’s been of some amazing sightings, but sadly, not all good news this week as we were once again reminded that nothing out in the wild can be predicted… We could hear alarm calls coming from bushbuck close to Selati Camp so headed out to see what was causing all the noise. … [Read More]
The week started off with a follow up sighting of the four N’waswishaka male lions on their buffalo kill. There were some parts of the buffalo left which one of the males dragged and then chewed at for a while, but then seemed too full to continue. We stayed with them and then noticed some… [Read More]