Phil Perry Wildlife Photography

Kenya Wildlife Photo Gallery

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Lesser Flamngo taking flight

Lesser Flamingos at Lake Nakuru

Whitethroated Bee-eater, Shaba National Reserve

Two male warthogs fighting, Aberdares + Whiteheaded Buffalo-Weaver collecting thorn twigs for its nest, Shaba National Reserve + Vulturine Guineafowl, Shaba + Spotted Hyaena with juvenile lesser flamingo prey, Lake Nakuru + Superb Starling, Nakuru + Yellownecked Spurfowl, Shaba + Hooklipped Rhinoceros, Lewa Conservancy + Whitethroated Bee-eater, Shaba National Reserve + Eastern Black and White Colobus, Lake Nakuru

African Buffalo covered in mud after wallowing at The Ark, Kenya's famous wildlife lodge + African Elephant suckling + Baby Elephant with foot cut off by poacher's snare, Aberdare Mountains + Giant River Hogs, Aberdare Mountains + Dwarf Mongooses, Lewa Conservancy + Male Kirk's Dik Dik using sub-orbital gland to scent-mark a bush + Grant's Zebra with blond foal, Lewa + Grevy's Zebra stallon whinneying, Buffalo Springs + Reticulated Giraffe browsing, Lewa Conservancy



Olive Baboon in close up, Lake Nakuru + Olive Baboon eating fruit of doum palm, Buffalo Springs + Grant's Gazelle, Buffalo Springs + Great White Pelican bathing, Lake Nakuru + Lesser Flamingos, Nakuru


Photo Gallery showcasing wildlife of Pantanal, Brazil: Pantanal Wildlife Gallery

Links to detailed wildlife photo galleries and other pages:

Mashatu, Botswana Tswalu, Kalahari


Chobe, Botswana


Kalahari Swaziland


Southern Africa


Pantanal, Brazil Kenya

Leopards of Sabi Sands

Luangwa, Zambia

Kruger Park

Dubai Desert

About Phil Perry




Also check out two of my other websites: A new sister site promoting wildlife photography, conservation and eco-tourism in Portugal and Africa. This site is still in the early stages of development. Also Lince-Iberico Another new sister-website dedicated to focussing attention on the plight of the Iberian lynx (Lynx pardinus) (Portuguese: El lince-iberico / Spanish: El lince iberico). Its conservation status is 'Critically Endangered' and it is the world's rarest species of cat. This site is running - but still requires a lot of development.



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