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Program - Birding Kenya: a Tented-camp Safari

  • 6 Dec 2021
  • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • via Zoom - watch for email with link

Birding Kenya: a Tented-camp Safari

The idea of 'going on safari' is arguably most closely associated with East Africa, and Kenya is one of the classic East African destinations. A country roughly the size of Wyoming and Colorado combined, Kenya has the most bird species reported in eBird (1100) of any country on the continent. Its habitats range across desert, rainforest, ocean coast, montane forest, alkaline lakes, and classic East-African savanna. This talk will take in a sampling of many of them, highlighting both the outstanding birding and the great diversity of large mammals to be seen.

Gregg Recer is a former HMBC president. He and his wife, Cathy Graichen, have been HMBC members for 30+ years and over that time have become avid world birders.   

Reticulated Giraffe







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