Ongava Research Centre Blog...


2016- Weeks 8, 9 and 10
- (Added 6. Mar. 2016 - 11:00)

More software development eating up the hours! But the wait was worthwhile, back on Ongava and able to access the latest tranche of camera trap images… Here is a image a leopard cub taken at one of our waterholes a few months ago. Mum is one of our resident females… Wonderful to see breeding.



2016- Week 07
- (Added 14. Feb. 2016 - 11:00)

Valentine’s Day – a somewhat prickly liaison! It would be interesting to see who gives way…



2016- Weeks 04, 05 and 06
- (Added 13. Feb. 2016 - 09:26)

Sorry folks, setting up new data repositories for the research centre, and having to deal with moving more than 5,000,000 camera trap images. Normal service will be resumed when we come up for air!



2016- Week 03
- (Added 17. Jan. 2016 - 11:00)

 And here is at least one of them caught in the act… Adolescent male!



2016- Week 02
- (Added 10. Jan. 2016 - 11:00)

I’m not showing you this image to see the snarl on the male lion’s face (although that is a nice example of the ‘flehman response’  - if you remember from early days of the blog, I talked about this response, and how males use that to direct air into their Jacobsen’s organ to assess the pheromones in female scent). Look at the background. There goes another camera trapping tree. Or trees. You can guess who the culprits are…




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