Sunset and dust on the Ewaso Ng'iro River.
Chacma Baboon Family
A warthog piglet sticks close to mum.
The eternal quest for male supremacy. This large antelope is also known as gemsbok.
A confident male Grevy's zebra. Grevy's are distinguished from mountain and plains zebras by their narrow stripes.
Two males engaged in the ritual of 'necking.' A classic Darwinian test of strength and endurance.
Gerenuk are a long necked antelope.
Their long necks and practice of standing to feed give them access to foliage not accessible to other antelope.
These tiny antelope are monogamous. They are well adapted to arid environments deriving moisture from plants and have no need to drink.
This young vervet monkey was having dificulty getting rid of a prickle.
We felt sorry for this cheetah given the wound it was carrying. However we have seen some old cheetahs with nasty but healed wounds. Hopefully it survived.