Kenyan nature & wildlife

Dung beetle

Beetle

Cape buffalo

Fire finch

Maasai giraffe

Augur buzzard

Olive baboon

Yellow and red barbet

Bee-eaters

Black-bellied bustard

Female bushbock

Male bushbock

Male bushbock

Unknown black cactus flower

Cape buffalos

Carpet crapper

Carpet wetter

Cheetah

Common bulbul

Crocodiles

Crocodile

Crown crane

Crown cranes

Dik-Dik

Dik-Dik

Spotted wood dove

Dwarf mongoose

Fish eagles

Long crested eagle

Snake eagle

Tawny eagle

Cattle egret on cape buffalo

Cattle egret

Eland antelope

Elephant

Elephant

Fire finch

Greater and lesser flamingo

Don't know

Francolin

Lesser genet

Gerenuk, male

Gerenuk, juvenile male

Gerenuks or giraffe gazelles

Gerenuks eating

Giant forrest hog

Giraffes, reticulated

Reticulated giraffes

Giraffes "necking"

Pale shanting gosshawk

Grants gazelle, fawn

Grant's gazelle

Ground squirrel

Guinea fowl, vulturine

Hamerkop

Jackson's heartebeast

Hippopotamus

Hoopoe

Yellowbilled hornbill

Hyena, spotted

"Hadada" ibis

Holy ibis

Impalas

Impala, male

Impala, male

Black-backed jackal and male waterbuck

Black-backed jackal

Don't know

King fisher

Klipspringer

Greater kudu

Leopard

"Chui" in Kiswahili

Leopard

Lilac-breasted roller

Maneless lion or Somali lion, male

Lioness

Lioness

Monitor lizzard

Monkey, Colobus

Monkey, Vervet

Monkey, Syke's

Mountain reedbuck

Mountain reedbuck

Blue-naped mousebird

Mousebird

Speckled mousebird

Olive thrush

Oryx antelope

Oryx antelope

Ostrich, female

Maasai ostrich, male

Red-billed ox-peckers

Peacock (not native)

Pelicans

Blacksmith plover

Red dyicker

Red-cheaked cordon bleu

Black rhinos

White rhinos

White rhinos

Rock hyrax

Secretary bird

Shikra

Red-necked spurfowl

Yellow-necked spurfowl

Blue-eared starling

Blue-eared starling

Golden-breasted starling

Golden-breasted starling

Rüppel's long-tailed starling

Superb starling

Black-winged stilt

Marabou stork and flamingos

Saddle-billed stork

Spoon-billed stork

Yellow-billed storks and pelicans

Sunbird

Sunset

Thomson's gazelle

Leopard turtle

Lapped-faced vulture

Warthog

Waterbuck

Waterbuck

White-headed buffalo weaver

White-browed cougal

Woodpecker

Well - children need to know about all aspects of life :-)

Zebras, Burchel's

Zebras, Grevy's

One of our most important goals is to teach our children about Kenya's beautiful nature and wildlife, how to respect it, how to exploit it in a sustainable way, and how to conserve it for future generations to enjoy.


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