The month in pictures, as captured by the Leopard Trails team.
An Indian darter lunges forward to grab hold of its freshly caught prey.
The black headed munia’s have begun constructing their nests all around our campsite and it truly is an amazing sight.
A magnificent tusker baths himself in dust before heading back into the forest to continue feeding.
A sloth bear blocks our path as he makes his was across the road to the large termite mound that we were parked in front of.
A garden lizard takes in the first rays of sunlight to bring up his body temperature while remaining camouflaged.
One of the dominant males of Yala and his mate make their way towards us as sun sets in.
A Grey heron perched high above in a dead tree dries its wings before it continues feeding.
The rains have returned and with this colour has been restored to the forest, most of the male peacocks now have their magnificent plumage once again.
“Final Meal”, this young fawn ate its last shoot of grass as this female leopard grabbed her by the neck killing it instantly.
A curious cub peers into my lens as she watches us with curiosity and playfulness.