|A Sykes monkey getting groomed whilst lounging on a tree in the forest|
Everything looks touched up by the rain, the forest is beautifully green, with the remnant brownness of the scorching sun that has been dominant these past few months. It has been quite interesting spotting all kinds of birds that call the Shimoni skies home. Little swifts, common bulbuls, the prettiest purple collared sunbirds and high flying black kites have all been flying around in bursts of renewed energy.
|Small-eared Galagos are strictly nocturnal and have a very keen sense of smell|
|Sykes monkeys are very inquisitive and this one is very interested in our camera|
|This sub adult colobus spilt away from the group he was born into, he will eventually find a new group, but for now he is alone|
to offer. From beauty to inspiration, to tiny insect bites and bruises from unforgiving tree stumps and I hope that I experience all and more of it in the next few weeks.
Sarah Kagotho is on our 12 week combination program she is from Nairobi, Kenya