kenyan birding trip

Subject: kenyan birding trip
From: "Peter Ewin" <>
Date: Sun, 19 Feb 2006 17:45:50 +1100
I know I may come across as a narc but isn't this just advertising which
isn't encouraged on Birding-Aus. I know the e-mail says "not for profit" but
someone must be making some money from it. I am happy to receive a short
e-mail saying a trip is being organised please contact me for details, but
otherwise this is just an ad and is wasting space in the archives (and in my
mailbox temporarily).

From: David <>
Reply-To: David <>
Subject: kenyan birding trip
Date: Sat, 18 Feb 2006 12:26:24 +1000

This was recently sent to me, may be of interest to some one. Sounds  an
awesome trip.


 David Taylor

 I'm currently organising a not-for-profit

    Birding Trip to Kenya for June 2006!

                     And I need just a few more people to join us.

If you have ever considered going birding in Africa I encourage you  to take
advantage of this tour. The trip is 'not for profit' meaning that  despite
the fact that it is a specialist small group birding trip it is  cheaper
even a 'normal tourist safari'.  We will be lead by a specialist Kenyan
birding guide, Chege Kariuki, who will ensure that we experience a huge
diversity of habitats, mammals and, of course, birds. Kenya, despite  being
only about 70% the size of New South Wales, has a bird list of over 1000
species. For any Australian birder there is every chance that your  African
bird list will eclipse your Australian one in a manner of weeks!

Our three week safari visits the following places;

 a.. Nairobi National Park
 b.. Samburu Reserve
 c..  Mt Kenya
 d.. The rift valley lakes  - Lake Nakuru, Lake Baringo, and Lake  Naivsha
[think Flamingos and Hippos]
 e..  Saiwa Swamp National Park
 f..  Kakamega forest - an eastern extension of West African  Rainforest
filled with monkeys and exotic bird life
 g..  Kisumu [on Lake Victoria] for a variety of wetland specialties
 h.. The famous Maasai Mara Reserve, home to thousands of plains  animals
well as the famous Maasai people.-
 i.. AND many places in between.

There is also the option of an additional 7 day extension traveling  through
Tsavo East National Park to the Kenyan Coast before returning to  Nairobi
the Taita Hills.

Our accommodation is all three star or above and all meals are  included. We
will be traveling in two mini buses such that all participants have a

Unbelievably the tour also includes a European 'stop- over'. All
participants have the choice of visiting one of several European cities
after the safari at no extra air-fare cost.  All in all this trip  deserves
the cliché of a 'trip of a lifetime!'

If you are interested or know someone who might be please contact me for
full details.

Ken Cross
1 Daymar Road
Mapleton 4560 Qld
07 54457881    

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