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Yellow-billed Oxpecker (Buphagus africanus) African Safari – Serengeti – Morning Drive This morning out on the Serengeti, we were all prepared to stay on our toes and keep a close look-out for the elusive Leopard.
African Safari – Out into the Serengeti The Serengeti is a vast nature preserve and one of the natural wonders of the world. It wasn’t long before we had left all of the world behind as we traveled a road … Continue reading
African Safari – Oldupai Gorge to Serengeti National Park As we left the Oldupai Gorge, our vehicles left a plume of dust behind at every corner. Looking off into the distance, it looked like we might be in for some … Continue reading
African Safari – Masai Mara – Evening safari This was our last evening safari on the Masai Mara and we were still hoping to locate that elusive Leopard or one of the rare Black Rhinos. We didn’t see either of … Continue reading
African Safari – The big sale During our period of R&R, I wandered down the pathway from the lodge to the small, three hut model Maasai village nearby. I was interested in buying a small mask. Seven Maasai women were … Continue reading
African Safari – A restful afternoon at the lodge After our early morning outing on the Masai Mara, we returned to the lodge for breakfast and a bit of R&R.
African Safari – Masai Mara – Breakfast with the Vultures Not sure of i.d. of these vultures.
African Safari – The Vantelope Phenomenon The Vantelope phenomenon is really quite an amazing sight to see. At any given moment, in the touristy parts of the Masai Mara, there may be a hundred or more safari vans with their … Continue reading
African Safari – The Masai River The nice weather continued and our destination for the afternoon was the Masai River, home to many hippopotamus and African crocodiles.