Lion Cubs Stalking our Conservation Volunteers
25 Apr 2014 | Wildlife ACT
One early morning monitoring session in Tembe Elephant Park (South Africa) we found Milo’s two lion cubs alone on the road, as mom had gone walkabout. Initially they were a little skittish – but they soon built up courage. We witnessed the lion cubs stalking the car! They finally ending up in a small tree right next to the monitoring vehicle and the conservation volunteers.
Lions cubs stalking is an incredibly tender thing to watch. While it may fuel a desire to pet wild cats, we implore you to understand that this is hugely unethical and actually damaging to wildlife conservation efforts. Please get in touch to learn more.
The lion cubs stalking our conservation volunteers take refuge in the trees
Conservation volunteers: Wayne Moir, Amberish Rathi, Peter Tarleton, Lucio Fidél Ghielmini and Joris Wessels