Whew, its taken quite a while but I've finally finished processing my photos and putting together the web pages. The last installment is from our three days at Ndutu Lodge. This is the section with the long series of the four young Cheetahs just learning to kill; we spent close to an hour with them torturing this poor Wildebeest calf; when we left it was still alive. I really don't know how I took these photos as most of the time I had my eyes closed or was looking the other direction. Every once in a while I looked to see if it was dead yet...it wasn't. Its actually not very bloody--but it was heart-wrenching to watch (or barely-watch, as the case may be.)
Anyway, there are also some more pleasant photos of birds. bat-eared fox, honey badger, and non-eating lions and even a leopard.
For those who haven't seen my other photos of this trip they can be reached from the main page here:
And now linked from my home page as well.
For those of you who may be new links to my full trip report "Northern Circuit with a birding twist" can be found under the pinned trip report thread, Post #32.
Mfuwe please double-check those birds! :)