On the move again we crossed the equator at Ham and arrived at Lake Nakuru on the 4th of January.
held thousands of Flamingos.
us showing its white wing pattern.Passerines hopped around the rocks notably Cliffchat and Schalow's
trees for Grey and Nubian woodpecker. A dark phased Augur Buzzard showed and Long crested eagle near the camp ended an unforgetttable day.
Mammal plates in National Parks of East Africa were indispensable but I still made mistakes and
and I shivered pulling a log across the fire, I gradually warmed up. The sound of what I new to be Verraux's
Eagle Owl boomed across the camp site,but I could not locate it,I decided to risk a walk to the lake side,I
had my camera with me the orange dawn spread out before me with fire birds like bent sticks reaching
remind me of a dawn never to be forgotten.
stood like ghostly sentinels in the early morning mist.Pelicans,Stilts and European waders
were in abundance while cormorants nested in the tall trees.
We finally took our leave of Nakuru it was such a wrench for me as I was truly smitten by
this ornithologists paradise.