Photographs courtesy of Patrick Bourgeix:
Despite the bad news coming out of South Africa in particular & stories of an upsurge in rhino & elephant poaching in Kenya, here in the Nairobi Park, a long-time sanctuary for the East African sub-species of Black (Browse) rhino -micheallii- things are going well & here are photographs to prove it!
Above a cow & calf in the lower Kisembe valley….
There are at least 60 Black rhinos in NNP & 11 Northern White (Grass) rhinos translocated in from Lake Nakuru Park.
Below cow & calf on plain below Impala Observation Point….
Just 2 of the many calves in the park, spelling out a bright future for this wondrous species.
If you live in Nairobi, come out to visit NNP: USE IT OR LOSE IT!!