Elephants on the rim of the crater.
As we rounded a turn on the way to the Serengeti, we came upon of field full of giraffes.
J: Apparently Kenneth knows this look well.
K: Yea, it's the "You are so annoying" look.
Entrance to the Serengeti.
Wildebeest headed to the Ndutu Plains, the southern point of the great migration.
I seem to have pissed this guy off... Hildebrandt's Starling
Giraffe on a kopje, a rocky outcropping.
A pair of topi. Many herd animals stand like this, to keep bugs at bay.
Our camp at sunrise.
The front view of our tent.
A male impala with part of his harem. The alpha male apparently gets all of the females, but is constantly fighting off other males.
Look! Bat-eared foxes! There! No, there! Way out there...
Grey Crowned Cranes doing a courtship display. Egrets crashing the party.
Black-headed heron (I know... it's blue)