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Birdwatching at Lake Naivasha


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Yesterday I went birdwatching at Lake Naivasha.I took Teresa my personal  assistant and Peter my bird watching guide.I was pleased to see wildlife as well and it felt like a walking safari.I saw 40 birds including 11 new ones. The new birds were:House sparrow,Violet wood hoopoe,Red faced cisticola,Northern shoveler,Great black headed gull,Eastern honeybird,Little bittern,Common redshank,Red chested cuckoo,Crested guinea fowl and the Brimstone canary.Of course I did find the lake beautiful and if felt good to go out of Nairobi and walk for three hours. I am gradually getting rid of my belly and love handles. No matter how many times we've been on safari it feels great to be back in the bush if even for just 3 hours which was the length of time we spent at birdwatching. Apparently we would have seen more birds if we had arrived earlier but I was quite happy with what I saw.I also saw giraffes,hippos,eland,zebras,wilderbeast,impalas and waterbuck.

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