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Animals of the Masai Mara
June 2001 Photos by Dr. Bill Williams, Tyler Williams, and Sheila Williams


 

 

 


Elephants are plentiful in the Masai Mara. They graze in herds of 4 to 20.


Zebras near Fig Tree Camp where the water is plenty and the grass is low. 

 

 

 


The Elusive Black Rhino
We found the only one in the southern Masai Mara for a close-up photo



Giraffe family near Serena Mara

 

 

 


Hippotomus in the water of the Mara River


We got this stern look from a Cape Buffalo

 

 
 


Birds on a Cape Buffalo


Family of baboons out for a stroll

                                     

 


Thompson Gazelle with majestic horns


Giraffes are elegant animals and had eaten the leaves below 20 feet high from all the trees

                                 

 

 

This elephant was in a fight with another elephant when we drove up near it. As we moved in, its attention shifted to our Land Cruiser and it bellowed, shook its head and charged us. About the time it crossed the road, another Cruiser came up behind it and ran it towards us more. It was furious and bellowed more, tore at an ant hill over to the left of us and acted like a spoiled child. Later, we heard it calling its mother down in the valley as it ran down the road. In the distance we heard the return call of the elephants mother.

 

 

How to Contribute

  Kenya Medical Outreach, Inc. 

A non-profit, 
cross-cultural, non-denominational mission-oriented charity 
that accepts prayer, time, monetary and in-kind donations from individuals, foundations and corporations.

For more information or to send donations to continue God's work:
Email Dr. Bill Williams


Mail Bill
680 Wood Branch Trail
Suwanee, GA 30024

Email Brad Williams

Mail Brad at
Myrtle Grove United Methodist Church
1030 North 57th Avenue
Pensacola, Florida 32506
Office: (850) 456 7463
Fax: (850) 456 1897

 

 

 

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