More Pics from Northern Serengeti, Tanzania

August 27-29, 2013

While the wildebeest crossing was the highlight of the northern Serengeti safari, there were plenty of other spectacular moments. The expansive herds of wildebeest attract predators to a region already teeming with a large variety of animals in residence. Add to the scene a magical sunrise or sunset and you have an experience worthy of the long trip to Africa.

Sunrise

Sunrise

Hyena at dawn

Hyena at dawn

Vulture on a termite hill

Vulture on a termite hill

Serengeti North (30)

Black-faced (blue-balled) vervet monkey

Black-faced (blue-balled) vervet monkey

Southern ground hornbill

Southern ground hornbill

Klipspringer

Klipspringer

Jackal

Jackal

Bee Eater

Bee Eater

Serengeti North (34)

Hippos at play

Hippos at play

Crocodile

Crocodile

Oribi

Oribi

Guinea Fowl

Guinea Fowl

Northern Seregeti-1-4

Leopard after his nap

Leopard after his nap

Warthog

Warthog

Mongoose feeding on wildebeest

Mongoose feeding on wildebeest

Vultures feeding on wildebeest

Vultures feeding on wildebeest

Lioness in the evening sun

Lioness in the evening sun

Serengeti North (69)

Sunset

Sunset

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5 Responses to More Pics from Northern Serengeti, Tanzania

  1. Reblogged this on Forget the Viagra, Pass Me a Carrot and commented:
    As a writer I find images of any type to be a trigger for a thought process that sometimes ends up in a story. When we are surrounded by dark images in the media 24/7 it is difficult to visualise the beauty that surrounds us. Thanks for sharing Cooking in Tongues

  2. hchamney says:

    My gosh Debbie, these are absolutely undeniably brilliant!! You have totally outdone yourself on them.. stunning!!!!

  3. Pingback: Planning an East African Safari – Rwanda, Tanzania | Cooking in Tongues

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