Keeping with the dry-season theme: The Mara River becomes an
ever-more important water source while the many small tributaries,
mud-holes and swamps scattered throughout the Mara slowly dry up as the
dry season progresses. Note the unconcerned crocodile on the bank- too small to be a threat, so the two species completely ignore
The Loita Hills Wildebeest and Zebra population moved into the Mara
Triangle in search of pasture during this recent dry season. River
crossings were rather undramatic for the most part as water in the Mara
River was only knee-deep. This photo was taken mid March.