The month in pictures and videos, as captured by the Leopard Trails team.
One of Yala’s dominant male leopards who is not often seen gives us a drowsy stare as he awakens from his slumber.
A young elephant calf dwarfed by its mother as she feeds, knowing that one day it too will be a behemoth that will roam the land.
One of the 2:2 weheragala cubs watches a herd of deer in the distance from high up in a fit tree.
A crested hawk eagle pauses for a brief moment before it returns to feed on its kill.
A Toque Macaque sits at the peak of a dead tree and watches over the land below him for signs of danger that can lie in the shadows.
The mother of the famous weheragala cubs is seldom seen and this image perfectly portrays the secretive life she leads.
A painted stork moves quickly to some movement at the waters edge hoping for a quick meal.
The brown fish owl is the owl species that we see most commonly on game drive due to its diurnal behavior.
An oriental honey buzzard perches for a brief moment to scan the area for any signs of bee hives that hold the larvae that it feeds on.
A little green bee eater glistens in golden light. These little birds add vibrancy and colour to the bush.