KENYA -Wildlife at lake BARINGO

In western Kenya is Lake Baringo. It is the northernmost lake in the Rift Valley.
Since 2010, increased rainfall has caused the lake level to rise by 12m, flooding nearly 9,000 hectares and displacing several thousand people. No less than 450 species are present. Plenty of birdscan be spotted. We present to you some species shooted from a boat in June.
 Fisheagle
 Fisheagle
 African jacana and her chick
 African jacana
 Kingfisher malachite
 Kingfisher malachite
 Kingfisher malachite
 Woodland kingfisher
 Black-headed weaver
 Black-headed weaver
 Golden-backed weaver
 Golden-backed weaver
 Golden-backed weaver
 Golden-backed weaver
 Pied kingfisher
 Pied kingfisher
 Pied kingfisher
 Pied kingfisher
 Blue-cheecked bee-eater
 Northern red bishop (breedind feathers)
 Northern red bishop (mating)
 Speckled mousebird
 Red-fronted tinkerbird
 Lilac-breasted bee-eater
 Beautiful sunbird
 Hadada ibis
 Hamerkop
 African darter
 White-bellied go-away-bird
 Black-headed heron
 Black-crowned crane
 African darter
 African darter (immature)
 Long-tailed cormorant
 Red sympetrum
 Agama
 Fisherman on skiff in balza wood