Wednesday, 8 January 2014

David

For many years now I had been following Lions in the Maasai Mara game reserve and some other conservancy Like Lemek and Mara North,I also travel a lot to Mara Triangle and got to meet all this Lions Leopards and cheetah whom I had meet before and lost contact, One thing for sure cats travel, cheetahs, and lions all a like, I had meet this animals very close to the Kenya/Tanzania Boundary meaning they go to seregeti and back, David had been to the Mara North several times and back finally he has a territory with his young Half brother Nick, Notch and His sons had try to chase them out but fail because the ruling coalition of 5 now 4 have a large area to look after and soon they left to let David and Nick to rule Double cross.
This is Nick Very best Regards, Jackson Looseyia

10 comments:

becki-c said...

How majestic! You are very blessed to have such a glorious and extensive office. Thank you so much for sharing, it must be such an adventure to travel so far and see familiar faces.

gary'gaz'd said...

Always enjoy catching up with you, its a different world to where i am in the uk and one day i hope to visit and share your joy!

Anonymous said...

I still miss Big Cat Diary, it's so nice to still see what is going on in their world

Anonymous said...

I agree...Big Cat Diary was simply one of the best shows ever to grace the screen, not to mention it was probably THE best "big-cat" show to date. Therefore it truly is the sweetest of treats to get an update on what's still going on in their world, especially the Masai Mara in Kenya. Hearing/reading about old friends such as "Notch", "Half-Tail", "Kiki", "Cheza", "The Marsh Pride" and all the others, seems to have no effect on me other than an overwhelming sense of joy which is easily seen by noticing the ear-to-ear grin it paints upon my face. I can't imagine the day will come where I don't deeply miss watching the lives of these big cats unfold on the world class show BCD. I can only hope that the day will come where the show is given a rebirth, so to speak, allowing those beautiful cats(and all their African "friends") to bring pure joy into the hearts of anyone willing to open their eyes and admit to themselves that there is always MUCH to be learned about life, love, and loss, in the lives of these remarkable creatures.
Big Cat Diary is an example of one of those very rare instances where perfection actually does seem to exist, and due to the quality and nature of the show, it's effect upon the world will be forever.

Anonymous said...

....anyone who has any information concerning the show or who simply wish to contact me, please don't hesitate.(I posted the above message dated 1 February 2014 18:04)

jamesMmarzec@hotmail.com

Thank you.

Anonymous said...

....im sorry...
jamesMmarzec@yahoo.com is the correct email address to reach me at. All apologies.

lissa77 said...

Beautiful animals, thanks for keeping your followers update. Take care

Anonymous said...

So glad to see more postings on Jackson's blog. I'm sad that Olive and Notch are gone, but, these big kitties can't live forever. Big Cat Diary is the best...I still watch the reruns on Animal Planet, bless 'em for showing it each morning. Thanks for the updates, your office is just wonderful!

Anonymous said...

I too watch BCD each morning on Animal Planet, grateful that I can start my day with those endearing scenes and presenters.

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