- He goes by the alias code name Kichwa(Head) others call him Panthera Leo, King of the Jungle, Simba however commonly known as Lion. Carry his photo in your wallet at all times since he is the strongest of them all and a good hunter but lazy once he is full.
- Vulture He has no code in my records. A staunch member of the Park Clearing Squad. His assignment is to ensure the Crime Scene Investigators (CSI) get no forensic evidence of a kill by the Panthera Leo’s or Doa Doa’s (Spotted) Safari by road starting from Nairobi to Mombasa or Mombasa to Nairobi for nine days
Nairobi, Kenya, 2017-Jun-13 — /EPR Network/ — The migration of wildebeests and zebras have now entered the Mara. This has been confirmed today (7th June, 2017) after a fact finding mission round the entry points along the Mara and Serengeti border. Though this is still in its’ initial stages, every indication shows that the stage is set for the world’s most fascinating wildlife spectacle. A few herds of mainly zebras and wildebeest have crossed the border near sand river gate. They could be seen this morning taking their traditional route towards Roan hill, and some have already crossed the main road to the Mara river from Sekenani gate. Their movement however is slower because of the amount of grass in their way. Since April this year we have continued having intermittent rains which has made the plains covered in long green grass. we are still experiencing sporadic rain showers.
Nairobi, Kenya, 2016-May-30 — /EPR Network/ — Going on safari in Kenyahttps://www.cruzeiro-safaris.com/kenya and Tanzania https://www.cruzeiro-safaris.com/kenya/14-nairobi-safaris/long-safaris/14-adventure-in-the-african-bush during the off-peak seasons is a good option that does not spell game viewing disappointment and miserable weather. In fact, travelling in the low seasons – the long rains from March to June and the short rains from October to December – is an enticing option. The wet seasons (March to June and October to December) also have luminous sunsets and plenty of animals nurturing their young excellent reasons to brave the rain (which, by the way, is patchy rather than perpetual downfall).”