The last time we saw the lioness Naramat was on January 1st, 2011, when we saw her with her sisters Nanyiro and Namelok. Though we received the occasional reports of a lioness in community areas outside the Reserves, the three females were never seen again.
Then several weeks ago, we had a remarkable sighting. We were near Wire Bridge in Samburu National Reserve when we heard vulturine guinea fowls squawk a lot and fly up into the bushes. We turned around and saw a lioness walking in the distance. Running behind her was a young male cub.
[caption id="attachment_2475" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Naramat and her sisters last seen in 2011.[/caption]
This is what Jeneria had to say:
"When we first saw this lioness running with ...
Last year we had the great privilege of getting to know the Potter League for Animals in Middletown, Rhode Island, through our friend and supporter, Debbie Elliott. This shelter not only rescues numerous cats and dogs annually, but they also hosted us for a talk at their facility. We met some great people who have since supported our work.
This year, the Potter League went all out for our visit in October! Lion posters and newspaper adverts filled the streets of Newport and we were overwhelmed as we arrived in this beautiful town. We were hosted at the Atlantic Beach Club where we had the opportunity to speak to more than 100 friends and supporters of the Potter League and other guests too. In addition, one of their board members and fri...