The month in pictures and videos, as captured by the Leopard Trails team.
After a few days of heavy rain the sun showed itself and with it many mugger crocodiles basking on the banks of the lake.
A wait of over half an hour paid off when this large male sloth bear decided to break it cover and move into the open for a drink.
We pursued her tracks for over an hour before finally finding this female leopard resting in the shade.
The Garlic pear trees have begun to bloom and with it green imperial pigeons flock to these trees to feed on the flowers.
We heard strong alarm calls for just by our vehicle but she eluded until finally peering through the forest edge.
Everywhere you look you will find a male peacock displaying its vibrant feathers in order to attract a mate.
“A classic leopard stare” We followed this female down one of the paths for quite a distance before she decide to stop and give us a look before disappearing into the forest.
It is always a treat to view leopard cubs in their natural habitat and in this instance, we were in the right place at the right time to witness these cubs playing without a care In the world.