11-05-2017 by redazione
There has been no such migration for years, in the last two weeks several thiusands of flamingos flew and landed on Lake Bogoria basin in Kenya's rift valley. An amazing show that is seen from above is surely among the wonders of the world.
The Lake Bogoria Game Reserve Superintendent, James Kimaru, confirmed the event at Kenyan Kenyan Television, reiterating that after a period of absence from the wonderful birds that had prolonged their stay in Tanzania after the November migration, there is now Betting on a fantastic time for bird-watching enthusiasts and for those who want to discover this lake which is one of the lesser known ones among Naivasha, Nakuru and Baringo.
Kimaru is confident that returning to an unusual number of pink flamingos will be one of the main attractions for those who will undertake a kenya safari in the coming months and that thanks to this world postcard, other peculiarities of this area can be rediscovered, such as natural geysers Make the lake almost boiling water and the fauna and flora present in the reserve.
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