Monthly Archives: June 2007

Elephants Talk with Toes

A fascinating article on Elephant communication: http://www.boston.com/news/science/articles/2007/06/28/elephants_toes_get_the_message_study_finds Cheers, James

Lions Eat Our Camel

The elephants are back in large numbers and a week ago a group of them charged through our camel herd dispersing the camels in every direction. Then the rain came and our rangers couldn’t track them. They recovered half the herd but the other half ended up spending the night out. The next day all […]

Red-Billed Oxpeckers Nesting in Fence Post

I found Oxpeckers nesting in one of our Fence Posts the other day. Oxpeckers are not as common here as they are in other parts of Kenya. People speculate that their scarcity is due to Dip Medicine and the control of ticks.