Our magnificent male leopard known to thousands of guests as Macunjani is back on duty.
This after he was severely injured in an attack that involved the two Shobele lionesses. Lucky to have made an escape from the attack, he disappeared for almost 2 weeks. I saw him on Monday morning very close to the camp calling and taking his place again as the dominant male leopard in the area. Frequent marking and pasting along the western boundary served the purpose of informing all the other potential males leopards that Macunjani is back in buisness.
By Patrick O’Brien – Head Giude Kings Camp
8 thoughts on “Macunjani back at work again”
Fantastic news Patrick! Thanks for letting us know, and what an appropriate shot to demonstrate the "King back on top of his castle"…
Thank Brendon. We are very happy that is back on duty. You have to came and meet him sometime.
Oh and I will…
We will call it "Weblog training"…but don’t tell anyone. LOL!
That is wonderful news Patrick. Thanks for providing the update. Check your e-mail when you get a chance.
Patrick,so glad he is well!! The picture is great.
One big HOORAY! this is great news! Joy
Patrick. That is wonderful news. You should make a book of your wild life photography. Your pictures are art pieces, You can do a trial one through Apple in iphoto and sell it to guests and bloggers.
ALLAN AND I WERE ON YOUR SAFARI DRIVE WHEN YOU FIRST SIGHTED HIM AFTER HIS RUN-IN WITH THE GIRLS AND HE WAS EATING WHAT WAS LEFT OF AN IMPALA’S HEAD – SO GLAD THAT HE IS BACK IN TOP FORM AGAIN.
THANKS FOR KEEPING ALL INFORMED – ENJOY READING YOUR REPORTS.