Today was another great day in the Mara. We spent some time watching elephants and a family of hyenas. It was another beautiful day with a really nice sunset.
We saw more of my favourite animals.
Although the baby elephants look large on their own when compared to the full grown elephants they are very small.
Here you can see how little the baby elephants look compared to the elders. You can also see the dried mud on the elephants.
Wildebeest in the distance. We were in the end of the migration season and in this part of the Mara, there were wildebeest everywhere.
In the afternoon, we came across some hyenas resting in the grasses.
A very young hyena.
On the way back to the lodge (I should say race back to the lodge) we saw elephants and some really nice colour in the skies. It was getting very close to sunset so I could take only a couple of pictures as we had to get back to the lodge which was still 20 minutes away. I found out later that they are fairly lenient about the 6.30 deadline as long as you are close to the lodge. At that point it is ok to stop and take some sunset pictures which is what we did.
By now we were very close to the lodge so Peter was able to stop for a few more pictures at sunset.
An end to another perfect day in Kenya.