The diversity of birds that come to the Karisia Walking Safari birdbath every morning:
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I have noticed more and more carapaces of dead tortoises in our area in Laikipia. They range in size from medium to large and show no signs of physical trauma. I’m wondering if there could be a fungus that could be spreading between them that may have originated from captive animals. I understand that tortoises in the states have had problems like this.???This entry was posted in Conservation, Natural History and tagged kenya conservation, Reptiles on .
We have been encountering the following Agama lizard on many of our walks around Tumaren. His colour is not right for a Red-Headed Agama and yet there is no other Agama for the area in the book that fills his description. The Mwanza Flat Headed Agama from the Mara and south is the only Agama that resembles it. Ideas???This entry was posted in Natural History and tagged kenya natural history, lizard, Reptiles on .
Here is the closer look at that snake which now i think must have just been a White Lip Snake (Crotaphopeltis hotamboeia). I realize its still a small image, sorry:
Here is what I also Identified as a Big-eyed Snake (Telescopus dhara) a couple months ago:
Other Species of snake recorded on Tumaren include: