The Gorongosa Lion Project team is at it again! This time, they went on a hair-raising mission to that will advance the conservation of Gorongosa’s (and Mozambique’s) lions. Read their story:http://www.gorongosa.org/blog/bush-diaries/mozambican-lion-story-working-save-africa’s-lionsThanks to Tish Grant of Bushfind for this photo!
One of Gorongosa’s young cubs up pretty late – perhaps his mother is giving hime some useful hunting lessons. These cubs hone their skills on smaller prey until they are big enough to tackle the larger animals.Thanks to Miguel Bruno of Bushfind for this photo!
This Gorongosa lion proudly stands in front of Lion House with his freshly killed wildebeest while the vultures patiently await their turn to feast. Can you imagine going on a safari like this one? Thanks to Tish Grant of Bushfind for this photo!
Throwback Thursday: A mother’s love in the 1970’s made Gorongosa’s lions what they are today. Read more about Gorongosa’s lions: http://www.gorongosa.org/explore-park/wildlife/lions-gorongosaThanks to Albano Cortez for this photo!
Five new cubs were born in Gorongosa! The Gorongosa Lion Project’s lead researcher, Paola Bouley, is thrilled at the discovery. She will be joining the biological survey team and will survey the large mammals of Gorongosa and hopes to learn more about Gorongosa’s new additions.Read her blog about the new cubs and the upcoming survey: http://www.gorongosa.org/blog/bush-diaries/gorongosa-lion-project-back-fieldThanks to Jeff Trollip for this photo!