You scratch mine, Ill scratch yours. Masai Mara, Kenya
An acacia tree stands alone in the plains of the Mara, Kenya
Part of a litter of five, this Cheetah dares not wander to far from its mother. Masai Mara, Kenya
An oxpecker sits patiently on the head of a cape buffalo.
Termite mounds are the Cheetahs favorite mode of scouting in the Masai Mara, Kenya
Cheetahs don't normally climb Acacia trees to tall, as they lack retractable claws and are fragile beasts. Masai Mara, Kenya
A group of Zebras wait for the right time to cross the Mara River, Masai Mara, Kenya
A Lilac Breasted Roller sits upon an Acacia branch, Masai Mara, Kenya
A cheetah mother and her cubs spend some time in the brush bonding
Wildflowers & Cat
Lake Masek in April looks amazing as the greens of the grasses and wildflowers are ever present. A Cheetah mother makes her way through the brush en route to a safe place to nap with her cubs.
Cheetahs climb elevated obstacles in the bush to grant them a higher view of their surroundings. A mother uses this fallen branch to help her see her route through the brush.
A lilac-breasted roller retreats to an acacia branch to feast on its mornings catch.
Angry and Tired
A lioness is slightly distraught after her hunt of zebra herd was interrupted by a nearby hyena.
Surveying the Kingdom
A lioness takes a quick break atop a hill to survey her territory.
Elephants often the day lounging in the marshes in Amboseli National Park in Kenya. The cool mud is applied all over their bodies to regulate heat and insects.
Due to conservation efforts in the last century, southern white rhinos were rescued from the brink of extinction. In 1904 their numbers were a few dozen. Now they are the most abundant at over 17,000.
The king of the savannah surveys his dominion.