The Lesser Flamingo is smaller and is a brighter pink than the Greater Flamingo. Huge flocks are common in Kenya’s soda lakes: Nakuru, Oloidien and Bogoria.
The Lappet-faced Vulture usually feasts on dead carcasses, but has been known to attack the occasional live animal. It has a very powerful beak.
The Masked Weaver is a commonly sighted bird in Kenya. Weaver birds build incredible nests woven from reed, palm or grass. They eat seeds, insects and nectar.
The Crowned Crane is quite common and lives in marshes or grassland near rivers and lakes. They grow up to 3 feet in height and perform courtship dances.