More Pics from Central Serengeti, Tanzania

Central Serengeti, heavily visited and easily accessible, is also one of the most beautiful regions of the park. In early September 2013 the golden plains and green barked acacia trees glow against a dark sky. And yes, there are animals. While lions and cheetahs are the big draw the area is home to a variety of species.

The highlights of our two days in the region:

Central Serengeti

African Fish Eagle

African Fish Eagle

Creepy hippo pool

Creepy hippo pool

Grant's gazelle

Grant’s gazelle

Baboons grooming

Baboons grooming

Secretarybird

Secretarybird

Dik-dik

Dik-dik

Hartebeest

Hartebeest

African buffalo

African buffalo

Kori Bustard

Kori Bustard

Central Serengeti

Sacred Ibis

Sacred Ibis

Central Serengeti

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