Dead lion mystery is solved

You will probably remember the story of our collared female lion Nemasi and her 3 male cubs. Here is Nemasi and her cubs in March 2008. In February we were very sad to come across a dead sub-adult lion on the side of a hill called Olasera. A herder had found the carcass while looking…

Cute cubs!

I went out yesterday to look for one of our collared lions, a female called Nemasi. We found her relaxing with her cubs playing around her. It was great to see her, and I was really happy that she was quite close by and her cubs were doing well and growing. Here are a few photos…

New site tracks lion for us!

We are very excited about a new website that has just been launched by the Kilimanjaro Lion Conservation Project, which shows exactly where one of our collared lions Ndelie has been in the previous few days. Ndelie’s collar transmits GPS signals to a satellite, which then sends this information on his location to the site!…

Lion kill

Yesterday we were very lucky to see one of our collared female lions Nemasi catching a young oryx to feed her and her 3 cubs.   The cubs are now about 6 months old, and were all eager to eat the feast that their mother had caught for them. Lion Guardian Kapande has been tracking…

Sangale’s legacy

Today I received a great birthday present; I was blessed with the sighting of Nemasi and her cubs. Nemasi was resting under a tree when we found her. She had her cubs well hidden in the long grass. She was an attentive mother, constantly making sure that they were safe. After a while, she led…