I don't know how one of the guides spotted this leopard. It was sleeping on a branch in a tree with a lot of foliage. From our vehicle I could not see it with my naked eye. After looking through a pair of binoculars I spotted it and was able to get a couple of …
These little cubs didn't seem to be afraid of anything. Of course, mom was close by and kept close watch.
The Egyptian is a watering hole in the middle of the Masai Mara. Zebras and wildebeest would travel for miles just to get water from this watering hole. On this particular day. there was a stream of animals as far as the eye could see walking toward this place.
On the road to the Amboseli airport we encountered a bit of a traffic jam. Now this is the kind of traffic jam I can put up with. Maralee
The egrets love to perch on the backs of the large animals. Here's one on the back of an elephant. I'm quite sure the elephant has no idea the egret is there. Maralee