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Turacos, the beautiful arboreal birds of sub-Saharan Africa.

Turacos are a fairly common African bird and are part of the Musophagidae family. The Musophagidae (literally ‘banana-eaters’), or turacos, includes plantain-eaters and go-away-birds. In southern Africa both turacos and go-away-birds are commonly known as louries. They are semi-zygodactylous – the fourth (outer) toe can be switched back and forth.The second and third …

African vultures question. Are our vultures safe yet? Find out about this precious birds.

African vultures, are they safe yet? Vultures are arguably the most misunderstood scavengers. With their hunched posture, bald heads and their use in cartoons to represent opportunistic greed.  Humans have long considered them to be the outcasts of the animal kingdom, and due to their association …

Shaba National Reserve adventure, an amazing yet less visited jewel in the Kenya’s northern frontier.

Shaba National Reserve in northern Kenya offers the astute African traveler 92 square miles (239 square kilometers) of breathtaking scenery amidst arid grasslands and sparse woodland set against the backdrop hills of Shaba, a volcanic extinct highland. The reserve is named for the 1525-meter Mount …

Ol Pejeta Conservancy, a magnificent jewel in Kenya’s Laikipia. Why you should visit there.

Ol Pejeta Conservancy is a private wildlife conservancy which stretches for over 90,000-acres in the Kenya’s Laikipia District. Laikipia, a county the size of Wales, has the richest diversity of wildlife in Kenya outside of the Mara. Known as one of the best safari areas in the …

Volcanoes National Park, an incredible home to the endangered mountain gorillas. How do i get there?

Volcanoes National Park is the Rwandan section of the great volcanic massif called the Virunga Mountains that straddles the borders of Rwanda, Uganda and the DRC. The massif covers a huge area of over 8,000km², encompassing six active and three extinct volcanoes.  It is in northwestern Rwanda and …

Tsavo West National Park, a stunning gem not to miss while visiting Kenya.

Tsavo West and Tsavo East National Parks together form one of the largest national parks in the world, covering 4% of Kenya’s total land area. It’s about the same size as Jamaica, Michigan, Wales or Israel. The park is named after the Tsavo River that …

Amboseli National Park, how to get upclose and personal with the majestic African Elephants in the best way.

Amboseli National Park was declared a National Park in 1974 the main reason of protecting the ecosystem. Amboseli is arguably the second most popular park in Kenya after the Masai Mara. The park’s large ecosystem spreads from Kenya to Tanzania and is one of the best …