Hooded vulture on the outlook on top of a dead tree in Buffalo Springs
Buffalo Springs National Reserve
Carcass in a acacia tree in the middle of the savanna. Night time meal for a leopard.
In the semi arid Northern Kenya a eastern yellow billed hornbill is perched high on a tree.
Beautiful ostrich out in the semi desert landscape of northern Kenya.
Another wonderful late afternoon image of a elephant mother and a baby moving trough the bush of the semi arid north Kenya
Stunning view of the Ewaso Ngiro carving its way through the semi desert landscapes of Buffalo Springs.
Acacia trees and small shrubs populate the arid north of Kenya with small tracts of grass in between.
A warm afternoon with the sun setting over the glittering Ewaso Ngiro. Magical view over this semi arid landscape where the river is the only lifeline.
The unreal landscape of Buffalo Springs National Reserve, rough river beds and strange formed rocks and small mountains carved out in this small semi dry gem of a park.
Spectacular landscape of the Buffalo Springs National Reserve. The dry bush and acacia trees and massive rock formations interrupted by small mountains makes Buffalo Springs one of the most beautiful parks in Kenya.
Grevy’s zebra looks a bit different than the stock zebra in that it has more tightly spaced stripes.
Northern Kenya is arid and only have the Ewaso Ngiro river as a lifeline. The rest is tough bush. Two crocodiles dozing off waiting for the next meal.
A nice portrait of a Water Buck looking straight into the camera.
The Buffalo Springs National Reserve lies south of the Samburu National Reserve, next to the Ewaso Ngiro river. The name comes from an oasis situated at its western end. The size of the reserve is 131 square kilometres, and is lying at an altitude of between 850 metres and 1,230 metres above sea level. It is compromised of gently rolling old lava flow lowland plains. The main attraction is the Champagne Ride in the south-east, an ancient lava-terrace that raises from the plain. The area is semi-arid and is normally hot and dry. Wildlife to be found include the the endangered Grevy’s Zebra, while Other species of mammal include reticulated giraffe, elephant, oryx, gerenuk, buffalo, lion, leopard, cheetah and hyena. The river is home to crocodiles and hippos.