Sunday, 23 January 2011


Dear Friends,

Notch this after noon had surprise us when we found him on his owen on young Hippo kill.
As much as we know how old he is, he had prove to all of us that he can still deliver,
He mate very much competing with his young strong Sons, and Now he had just made a Kill of a young hippo on his owen not one of the sons or females was on sight.

Long live the King


Jackson Looseyia.


Ann said...

I'm hoping he will be around when we visit in Sept. I would live to see him in person!

Anonymous said...

Ahhh, another wonderful shot of Notch! Thank you Jackson.


Anonymous said...

Wow, that just made my day! Great to see that the old boy still rules the roost. Long may his reign continue! How old is he?

Al and Karen said...

I am so happy to have found your blog, Jackson. It is wonderful to keep up with our old friends from BCD. Thanks you!

Laikipia said...

What great news of Notch - still king of the Mara.

Thanks for the update Jackson.

Whitestarling said...

Thanks for the update Jackson. Long live the king, it's grteat to see he can still do it.That some more great news that the Wild About Animals Forum can add to it' BCD favourite section

Anindya said...

Notch is truly amazing. What a wonderful picture this is !! Thanks for the updates Jackson.

Anonymous said...

Soo good to see him, I appreciate you keeping us updated. I've followed you for 1 yr now. Thnks Jackson


Jackson Looseyia said...

Hi Ann,
I hope too he is getting old but still going strong.

Jackson Looseyia said...

Hi Al and Karen,

Yes I will continue this blog as long as I am in the Maasai Mara,
I am glad I had found the way to tell the world about our wildlife to cool

Thank you for following it.

have a good day in the office.


Jackson Looseyia said...

Hi Anindyia,

Your well come
Hope this will continue for a long time,



Wildlife Photography by Uwe Skrzypczak said...

What great news of Notch, thank you Jackson.

Sheri Lynne said...

I do wonder how old Notch is, too. He is absolutely magnificent - as are his 'boys'. Thank you so much, Jackson, for the great photos of so many favorites from BCD and for new friends on the Maasai Mara.