Incredibly it has actually begun once again
Lions in Trees in the Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Park. 2020 Summer has begun and so have the Lions once more started their yearly retreat into the trees. Our rangers and also clients were once again privileged today to see a pride of Lions in trees in the lower Imfolozi Park. As temperatures slowly increase once again over 40c this view of Lions in Trees will come to be a popular sighting.
And also once again, this amazing view continues to astonish all that endeavor right into the Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Park while on safari, as well as one more discovery of Lions in trees took place over the weekend break.
The pride of Lions a total of 7 where recorded lazying around in the tree today, cameras and video cameras memory cards were filled quickly. Other amazing sightings included Rhino, Buffalo, Cheetah,
and Wild Dogs no Leopard and Elephant, unfortunately. Summer is without a doubt on its way and the game reserve remains a great place to visit. A top tip is to arrive as early as possible as this is when the Lions in the Hluhluwe Park is very active.
It is speculated that all Lions can climb Trees, other Cats such as Leopards are unbelievable at climbing up Trees specifically with a kill. Cheetahs as well can climb up trees nonetheless they are primarily seen perched on dead stumps or reduced trees easily available.
So exactly what triggers Lions to Climb Trees as well as When does this occur?
It is speculated that Lions Climb Trees to run away the warm climate condition being skilled and also consequently it is not witnessed in all parks.
Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Park is located in KwaZulu Natal South Africa the weather conditions in Summer can become rather warm with high damp conditions.
An additional reason could also be to try and leave flies as well as bugs.
This view please note is not a usual event nevertheless once you get to see this incredible sight it is undoubtedly one you will certainly always remember.
Lions in trees in the Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Game Reserve begin occurring in Summer from late October to the end of February.