After a spectacular breakfast, we had a lecture from Anna Estes on the region, history, and savannah ecosystems. also, the owner of Ndarakwai Ranch, Peter Jones, stopped by to share the history of the ranch and his vision for the conservation of its resources.
After lunch, we had time for a short rest and then met for tea around 3 PM for a game drive out across the ranch. By the time we arrived at the treehouse to watch the sunset, we'd seen zebra, impala, elephant, eland, and wildebeest, along with a variety of birds, and a (non-poisonous) bush snake.
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