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September 2023 - Week 2 Roundup


 

Forest Eagle Owl

Sighted on: 12.September.2023



As the day turns to dusk and dusk turns to night, the Forest eagle owl emerges in plain sight with an alluring charm and a head that rotates 270 degrees. A formidable predator, it uses its powerful claws to hook onto its victim. This remarkable rarity is seldom seen, and we were lucky to spot one during our vehicle safari. The sighting was a real showstopper.


Content Creator / Photographer:

Abhishek Uthappa



 

Tiger

Sighted on: 14.September.2023



The boat safaris continued to deliver - a massive tigress was seen resting on the river banks for about ten minutes. Even though we experienced late showers that day, we got to spot this magnificent animal resting on the banks.

Content Creator / Photographer:

Sharath Abraham


 

Elephants

Sighted on: 15.September.2023



It has been several years since we've been witnessing unpredictable weather patterns in Kabini, adding to the unpredictability of sightings. And with the heavy afternoon rainfall, our guests were a little sceptical and full of questions. As the rain gradually subsided, I anticipated some good sightings along the riverbank. Suddenly, out of nowhere, Krishna, the boatman, exclaimed at the top of his voice, "Elephants! Elephants!" The excitement was palpable among all the guests. Initially, there were only two male elephants, but soon, two more joined the gathering just as the rain began to assert its presence again. In the end, it was an enjoyable and exciting monsoon experience.

Content Creator / Photographer:

Shanmuga Kumar



 

Tiger

Sighted on: 16.September.2023


Who says monsoon is not a good time for safaris? Despite heavy rainfall this evening, we saw this majestic cat resting on the safari track for about five minutes. Monsoon safari anyone?

Content Creator / Photographer:

Sarath T Remesh








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