A pair of jackals has just woken up after a slumber, probably disturbed by our presence. It did not last long as they left shortly into the tall grass and disappeared out of sight.
Two vultures train spotting from a large acacia tree on the savanna.
The characteristic Red-billed Oxpecker sitting right on the face of a buffalo. It looks like the buffalo don’t even notice the bird.
Even more trouble getting the car trough some extremely difficult terrain.
In a spot of trouble in the Rift Vally with a old four wheel drive. The Danish Rhino Charge team
View over the Rift Vally from Mount Longonot. If you look closely you can the gate below in the distance.
A cheetah on the lookout on the great grass plains of Kenya. On a slightly elevated hump in the landscape this lone cheat was sitting watching the movements on the savanna.
A opportunistic baboon moving closer and acting like he is not interested in our food box. Have to be careful here.
Beautiful view from the top of Mt. Olesekut. Here is dramatic view of the mountains slopes and the rift valley in the background.
On a beautiful sunny morning we found this strong Fringe-eared Oryx inside some bushes in the Tsavo West National Park
White backed Vulture perched high on a dead tree on a early morning in Tsavo East.
Brown Snake Eagle looking intensely into the camera perched high up in a tree on a cold early morning.
Lugard Falls in Tsavo East with the beautifully eroded and sanded rocks that the Galana River have been grinding on for thousands of years. Depending on the time of the year (rainy seasons) the river can be mild and accommodating, but at other times it can be a wild beast that crushes everything in its tracks.
Jackson’s Hornbill sitting in a thorn tree with a small fruit in the tip of the beak.