Three huge and healthy Marabou storks sitting near the Mara river observing the dead carcasses of drowned Wildebeests in the river below.
Northern Kenya is arid and have sparse vegetation, here is two beautiful giraffes wandering trough the bush.
I am not a Bat expert and since the list of bats is long, or maybe it is a flying fox? I can only speculate about the one I photographed here. Tsavos bat list contains the following Rousette Fruit Bat, Fruit Bats Epauletted Fruit Bat, Pale-bellied Fruit Bat, White-bellied Tomb Bat, Hollow-faced Bat, False Vampire Bat, Yellow-winged Bat, Lander’s Horseshoe Bat, Lesser Leaf-nosed Bat, Giant Leaf-nosed Bat, African Trident Bat, Banana Bat or African Pipistrelle, Yellow-bellied Bat, Angola Free-tailed Bat, White-bellied, Free-tailed Bat, Flat-headed Free-tailed Bat
Cheetah mother have just killed a Grant’s Gazelle for her puppies and has now finished her hunger. Sitting looking out over the plains with blood on the nose.
Dramatic hole in the clouds over the Masai Mara Game Reserve
In the Tsavo East National Park in Kenya a small Baby elephant walking near the Galana river with its mother.
Marabou storks and vultures feeding on a massive amount of Wildebeests that have drowned during the annual migration. The free lunch do exist as these Marabou storks and vultures dig into the carcasses of Wildebeests lying dead on the edge of the Mara river.
A nice portrait of a Water Buck looking straight into the camera.
The hippos normally only graze at night, in the daytime they rest or frolic in the water to cool their massive trunks. Sometimes the hippo pools smells rather nasty from all the hippo excrements, it looks like they don’t mind at all.