It has been an action-packed week of more amazing sightings at Sabi Sabi! On his last drive for this cycle, and looking forward to seeing his family, but leaving his bush family behind, Andries set out on morning safari with mixed emotions. He had stopped to chat about trees when him and his guests heard… [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
What a great start to the week with a sighting of the N’waswishaka male lions on not one, but two impala kills close to Selati Camp! The following day, close to Little Bush Camp, the Othawa Breakaways had taken down a large buffalo. We watched one of the males trying his best to take a… [Read More]
The dynamics of lion prides at Sabi Sabi has been very interesting for the past few years. The area was left vacant for a while without any dominant males taking over the territory, however, the N’waswishaka males, as they a known in this area, filled the gap and settled comfortably in the area and beyond…. [Read More]
It has been another great week out in the bush! Sightings have been varied and plentiful… Ronald and his guests, who were fortunate enough to see some lion cubs, also got to see some bigger youngsters. They may not be small and fluffy, but they sure are adorable and very entertaining to watch… A small… [Read More]
We have enjoyed a whole lot of cuteness on safari this week, with plenty to see! Let’s get started with the highlights from the past week in the bush… We had a couple of sightings of the N’waswishaka male lions finishing off a zebra kill, before making their way to a waterhole to quench their… [Read More]