NNP has at least 130 Masai giraffe within it’s fast dwindling ecosystem.
Here’s a close -up of one of the many young giraffe in the park.
The patchwork of acacia woodland that characterises the park is perfect habitat for giraffe.
A very successful hatch for these Egyptian geese at the Athi Dam.
As somebody said to me recently, there must be a hole in the fence: referring to all the fences out in the dispersal area. Our resident population of wildebeeste has nearly doubled to 278, counted in October. This is fantastic news & what is even better, the short grass habitat now available over much of the park owing to the KWS policy of controlled burning should keep these gni in the park, together with the gazelle species, who do not like long grass…
The park, with it’s selection of dams & wetlands, is a notable breeding sanctuary for Crowned Cranes
There are about 3,000 plains zebra in the park & dispersal area.