“Through a guide’s lense” – August episode

The month in pictures and videos, as captured by the Leopard Trails team.
Enjoy….

An incredibly rare sighting of a leucistic gray langur at Yala national park recently.

An incredibly rare sighting of a leucistic gray langur at Yala national park recently.

 

 

The 1:2 Borupan villa female who is the current star in Wilpattu national park lools up for a brief moment at a giant squirrel as she continues on her way.

The 1:2 Borupan villa female who is the current star in Wilpattu national park looks up for a brief moment at a giant squirrel as she continues on her way.

 

 

A golden palm civet is a very rare animal to observe in the wild due to their nocturnal behavior but the prevailing drought brought this animal out into the open to quench its thirst.

A golden palm civet is a very rare animal to observe in the wild due to their nocturnal behavior but the prevailing drought brought this animal out into the open to quench its thirst.

 

A crested tree swift perched for a brief moment to scan the sky for insects before taking flight.

A crested tree swift perched for a brief moment to scan the sky for insects before taking flight.

 

 

“A future king”, A young tusker on the banks of Kala wewa national park who is destined for greatness in the future.

“A future king”, A young tusker on the banks of Kala wewa national park who is destined for greatness in the future.

 

The borupan villa female cub stops us in our track and stares us down

The borupan villa female cub stops us in our tracks and stares us down

 

A jungle cat at our Wilpattu campsite. This is a very elusive cat and our team was extremely lucky to have this opportunity of viewing this cat.

A jungle cat at our Wilpattu campsite. This is a very elusive cat and our team was extremely lucky to have this opportunity of viewing this cat.

 

 

A Grey slender loris. This baby was separated from her mother but our team was able to reunite them.

A Grey slender loris. This baby was separated from her mother but our team was able to reunite them.