|Reticulated Giraffe calf|
|Beisa Oryx fighting|
|Beisa Oryx family|
|Grey Crowned Crane|
Warthogs back into waterholes so that they are in the right position to get out, (forward) if they are attacked.
|Yellow necked Spurfowl|
At the end of the day we came across another herd of elephants. A baby was having a play in a large puddle and his mother had to help him get out.
|Elephant calf in trouble|
So even though we are seeing mostly the same animals now, we are seeing different sides of their behaviour.
The special five of Samburu National Park are the grave zebra, the beisa oryx, the reticulated giraffe, the gerenuk gazelle and the Somali ostrich.
Later that night while trying to sleep, I heard bushes being crushed, there were a herd of elephants walking through camp!