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Our first birding stop at Thika Ponds

At the confluence of the Thika and Chania river

An impression of the surroundings at Wajee Camp

The waterhole and forest around the Serena Mountain Lodge

The savannah woodlands of Samburu NP

Some bird pictures in Samburu: Yellow-necked Spurfowl

Vulturine Guineafowl

Nicely posing Little Bee-eaters

The dryer area near Bufallo Springs

A Kori Bustard at Bufallo Springs

White-bellied Go-Away-Bird

White-headed Bufallo-weaver

Crested Bustard at Samburu NP

A beautiful Tawny Eagle in perfect posure and light

A nice walk through Meru Forest

Making our way up to Mount Kenya Met Station

View on Lake Nakuru from the Baboon Clifs

A pair of White-fronted Bee-eaters in Nakuru NP

Southern Ground-Hornbills at Nakuru NP

A Red-and-Yellow Barbet at the feeding table at Lake Baringo Country Club

Morning bird walk to the Baringo Cliffs

A Pygmy Falcon near Baringo Cliffs

Jackson's Hornbill in the garden of our lodge

On our way to the west through the beautiful Kerio Valley

A view on the swamps of Saiwa Swamp NP

On our way to Kakamega Forest

The beautiful Rondo Retreat in Kakamega: nice cottage's surrounded by rainforest

An African Pied Wagtail in the garden of the Rondo Retreat

The productive road along the lodge at Kakamega

African Openbill Stork at Lake Victoria

A Little Egret in a stream at Lake Victoria

Arrival at the Masai Mara in the late afternoon

Some birds in the Masai Mara: Hartlaub's Bustard

Grey-crowned Cranes together with Thompson Gazelles

Musiara Swamp in the north-eastern Masai Mara

A Secretary Bird hunting for snakes

Our only Black Coucal of the trip

A pair of nicely posing Striped Kingfishers

A group of Vultures feasting on the remains of a juvenile Zebra

A group of Grey-backed Shrikes along Lake Naivasha

Abundant wildlife on Crescent Island during the boat-trip at Lake Naivasha

Some birds along Lake Naivasha: Goliath Heron

Yellow-billed Stork

Pied Kingfisher

Excellent birding on our last day at Gatamayu Forest

 

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