If you would like to find out more about the lion prides and coalitions in the area, please visit the Lion Database. We have been gathering information on some of them for the last two years. Many, many hours, days, months etc. has gone into researching all the various sites' sighting reports, newsletters as well as receiving help from people in the area that share their knowledge and help fill in the gaps. It's kind of like a giant jigsaw puzzle to trace the prides back in time in an effort to better understand their lives.
Hope you enjoy them and please visit the resource sites cited within the histories. Check back periodically to see if more mysteries unfold or to see the updates on them.
Hope to add more in the future but it takes a very long time trying to track them as it seems almost every reserve has a different name for each pride, coalition or male. Until now, there was very little if any cross referencing of the prides and coalitions names. We have tried to share this so maybe you too can help in tracking them. :)
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"Penny interesting that you mention that the Mapogas lions were known as The Spartans before. The reason for that is that most were born out of the 'Dudley' Pride on a farm of the same name owned by the Wilkens family and later after these were thrown out at puberty they joined with others and took up residence on a relations neighbouring farm 'Sparta' now known as Londolozi where they joined with others to form the gang. Interesting that you say they have been seen near Muzanzene in Kruger...makes sense as it is not far by foot in lion terms. Luckily they have left the SE corner of Sabi Sands alone where the farm 'Charleston' is and places like Kirkman's Camp. The famous area pride there the Charleston Pride has been left alone...probably because of 'Big Black' the pride male..Hy skrik vir Niks that lion and also goes into Kruger to bully the males around Skukuza once in awhile I am told!"
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