Photo Essay: Kenya Wildlife Amboseli National Park
By Marilyn Jones | Aug 13, 2014
Amboseli National Park in Kenya is known for its elephant population and other wildlife. What an unbelievable experience to be so close to these magnificent animals. Photos by Marilyn Jones.
My first glimpse of Amboseli’s famous wildlife.
A baby elephant between four and five weeks old.
The elephants surrounded the truck as tourists look on.
Elephants grazing in a dry lake bed.
Cape buffalo and egrets
Mother zebra and foal
For more information on visiting Kenya, check the Kenya Tourism Board website.
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