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On Safari in East Africa

You never know what you'll find on safari in Africa. The wildlife you see each day you're there is a matter of chance and good luck. Yet whether you're watching three African elephants drink water from a nearby pond or a leopard getting ready to pounce on its prey, it is an unforgettable experience. Check out these sites to start your journey through the countries of East Africa.

  • African Primates at Home
    Look at pictures and listen to sounds of African primates recorded by Indiana University professor M.K. Holder during a study project in Rwanda, Uganda and Za´re.

  • Okavango: Africa's Savage Oasis
    This cybersafari, created by National Geographic, puts you on the trail of some of Africa's rarest and most dangerous wild animals. View video clips of these animals in action and learn how to identify tracks and write field notes.




  • A Kenyan Safari
    Join Mrs. Jager's first grade social studies class as they take a virtual African safari to learn about the country of Kenya. Learn Swahili and take a walk with the animals of Africa.

  • Africa: Discovery, Understanding and Conservation at the Field Museum
    This comprehensive research program was undertaken in 1997 by Field Museum scientists in collaboration with the Kenya Wildlife Service and the National Museums of Kenya. Called the Tsavo Initiative, the project focuses on the crucial connections between humans and wildlife.

  • East African Wildlife Society
    Formed in 1961 by members of the Kenya and Tanzania wildlife societies, this group works to promote the conservation of endangered species and habitats in the region.



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