Inside the small Shimba Hills reserve you can find Hooded Vultures.
Shimba Hills National Reserve
Waterbuck, Bush pig, Buffalo, African Bush Baby, Sable Antelope, Elephants, Giraffes, Leopard, Genet, Civet cat, Hyenas, Bushbuck, Coastal Black and white Colobus, Blue Duiker, Bush Duiker, Red Duiker, Greater Galago,Black-faced Vervet Monkey, Sykes Monkey, Black and Red Shrew, and Suni Shrew, Python, Cobra, Lizard, and Gecko. The grasslands hold localized species such as red-necked-Spurfow and is endowed with a rich forest birdlife.
Male Sable Antelope in Shimba hills National Reserve. Seen trough the tall grass a small group of Sable Antelopes are grazing on the open plains of the park.
Standing in the Shimba Hills National Reserve looking down in parallel with the Indian Ocean coast. The abrupt elevation from the coastal plateau is clearly visible with rain cloud hanging over the area.
Hartebeest antelope grazing in Shimba Hills
Two warthog piglets following their mother in the tall grass in Shimba hills
clearly a very old buffalo with a swarm of flies swirling around his head. One eye is dead and he is giving and angry look with the remaining healthy eye.