Reflections on Africa


Elephants in Peril

In February of 2020 the Kenya Wildlife Service announced the death of Big Tim, the world’s most famous elephant.  He died naturally but unexpectedly, and elephant ...
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Mara light and serengeti skies

The Serengeti meets the Kenyan border along its northernmost edge. From there, it extends southward into Tanzania for many miles, with the Ngorongoro Conservation Area ...
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World Giraffe day 2022

“To see a giraffe in the cool highlands, with the purple-red African sun setting behind its tall, slim outline, is one of man’s great visual ...
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A Window Into Eternity

To see ten thousand animals untamed and not branded with the symbols of human commerce is like scaling an unconquered mountain for the first time, ...
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The Irresistible bird

There is a lovely species of East African bird that sometimes glides with a swinging, seesaw motion as it makes its final approach for a ...
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The Wonders of Samburu

After eighteen frustrating months of coronavirus sequestration, the SDS team ventured out in October and November for an extended safari through most of Kenya’s better-known ...
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All I wanted to do was get back to Africa. We had not left it, yet, but when I would wake in the night I would lie, listening, homesick for it already.

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