Saturday, 19 December 2009

christmas updates



Dear My friends

After we have lost this species for years now there are evidence of a come back for the African wild dog.
This is the second endangered mammal in kenya may be in Africa after the Black Rhino.
Our Northern mara conservancy have now recoded a real come back of the real super hunter of Africa.
The news come in this morning and I am gland to share with you  fab.
In the next few months God willing I will be updating you about them too, since I will spend some of my time at rekero homes and it is the place they use a lot as there hunting ground.
Just like I wrote on the blog about the black and white colobus monkeys this are even more special news since they nearly got extinct in the mara, I am glad to well come them back after 20 years of lost.

Best wisher to you all and merry Christmas.

Salaams 

Jackson Looseyia

24 comments:

Laikipia said...

This is just the best news ever Jackson. I really hope they stay around - we are coming to Rekero in February and it would be lovely to see them.

Have a wonderful Christmas and thanks for all the updates.

Laikipia

Olivier Delaere said...

That's a great news ;-))
But they still suffer from their (false) reputation (cruelty, spreading diseases). Even Local Mara guides told me that they would be unhappy to see them again.
A lot of teaching remains to be done about these respectable creatures.

Anonymous said...

I was wondering why Big Cat Diary stopped broadcasting? Also, there are lots of sites with lists of episodes, but they are mostly messed up and Big Cat Diary's homepage has ones only from year 2008.

Safari Maiden said...

Thanks for the Fab updates.

I hope you and your family have a great christmas.

Safari Maiden

CASSIO LOPES and ALESSANDRA SANTOS said...

What amazing this is! First Columbus Monkeys, now Wild Dogs...Great news! We hope we see them next time we visit you.

Donnie said...

I have read numerous stories about how the wild dogs have been threatened by extinction. This is great news to hear their numbers are on the rise in your area. I hope they can really rebound from their low numbers. May the rest of Africa see their numbers rise also.

Audrey - London UK said...

Thank you Jackson for your informative updates, all great reading, and appreciated.
Best wishes to you and your family, also to all involved, for a wonderful Christmas.

Anonymous said...

Jambo Jackson!
Just read all your Christmas updates, so glad to hear all the good news although obviously sad about the loss of the young male lion. good luck to Kali, hopefully you will see him again one day so you can tell us how he is. fantastic photos as always! i think it is great about the female guide too.
hope you and your family have a great christmas and new year.
Apesey xx

ilovecheetahs said...

Thank you so much for all the great updates Jackson and for all your great work throughout the year.
Such good news about all the cats to end the year on-wishing good luck and health to them all for the coming year.
A very happy Christmas to you and your family Jackson, and hope that 2010 brings you health and happiness.
Thank you again for keeping us informed of all the happenings in the Mara, now we do not have Big Cat Diaries to bring us up to date.
Salaams x

littlewid said...

Jambo Jackson
Wonderful news that the African wild Dog is bouncing back.
Just reading through your christmas updates, theres lots to read which is very exciting.
Thank you for all your hard work keeping us up to date with our much loved animals in your office. I wish you and your family a wonderful christmas time and a very happy and healthy new year.
littlewid-x-

Simon said...

Thanks for the updates Jackson, both now and through out the whole year. They really are great.
Merry Christmas to you, your family and everyone else involved with the blog.

I heard a rumour that Big Cat Diary will be returning in 2011, but that it's not confirmed yet.

Salama
Simon

frede said...

big cat diary should be a series which never ends is my favorite show!!

MRS DESAI said...

MERRY XMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR JACKSON.... I FOLLOW YOUR DIARY REGULARLY. BEST WISHES AND THANKS FOR UPDATES...

Anonymous said...

Thank You Simon!
For giving me hope about Big Cat Diary returning.

Clive Norman said...

That's really good news. Let's hope it is a sign of increasing numbers for these wonderful predators.

Thank you for the updates.

Have a great Christmas.

Whitestarling said...

Jambo Jackson
It's wonderfull that the wild dogs are back.
A great big thank you for all your updates throught out the year keeping all us BigCatFanz updated on our favourite cats, and also all the other wildlife in your office.
I hope you and your family all have a great christmas, and that life in your office will be full of good things next year
Asanti san
Whitestarling

Cheetah Friend said...

I'm so happy to hear that. I wish Big Cat Diary was still broadcasting, why did they stop? Are they.ever coming back? I am glad to know I can check your blog to see how they're doing. You do a great service.

Jackson Looseyia said...

Dear Laikipia,
The dogs are a little far away from the reserve you would not be able to see then this time come another time and spend time with us up on the hills just for Wild dogs.

Salaams

Jackson.

Jackson Looseyia said...

Dear Cheetah Friend,
I am sure they will come back some day, Since this programs cost a lot to produce they needed to wait a bit,
before then I will update you with news as they come from my office.
Have a fabulous new year with good health
Jackson.

Angia said...

Wonderful to see the wild dogs back, second to the cats they are my favourite animal.
I hope they do well & stick around

Anonymous said...

What happened to SOLO from the Ridge Pride?
He was my favorite BIG CAT with all the HEART!
Thanks for all your great work - the world can see THE BIG CATS through your eyes and devout hard work.
Mike Lyons

Jackson Looseyia said...

Dear Anonymous,
Just to let you in the last few years some of our cats have never been followed like I have done after big cat live we.
We new them and some went lost some died and some change territories like Tamu and her cubs.
Solo was a cub in the mash pride it was not in the Ridge pride the two names in the last big cat shows were Sala and Cheza.
Sala was smaller than Cheza and both are doing well as well as the rest of there brothers and sisters in the mara.
hope this will answer your Q,

Salaams Jackson

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