Friday, August 19, 2011

Kilimanjaro Safaris: Savannah East

In planning for our vacation in 32 days, I've been making lists of what I want to see and do in each park.  I'm making lists of photos I want to take, "research" I want to do for my blog, and foods I want to try.  When I started working on my Animal Kingdom list, I realized I had quite a few photos of the animals on Kilimanjaro Safaris, but was still missing a few.  I found several lists on the animals through a google search that all listed the same animals.  I compared the photos I had to that list.

The list was broken down into 3 sections: Savannah East, Savannah West and African Forest, with many animals listed in each section of the attraction.  I'll start with the animals from the Savannah East section, since I seem to have photos of all 8 of these animals.  Throughout the weekend, I'll share the Savannah West and African Forest photos I have.


Hopefully, after our September trip, I'll have ALL the animals captured on film disk and I can update these posts to include all the animals! :)


Savannah East

African Elephant


African Lion 

Cheetah

Eland

Ostrich

Scimitar-horned Oryx

Warthog

White Rhinoceros
(I'll have to double check when I get down in September to see if this is actually a White or Black Rhino...)

6 comments:

  1. That is an awesome idea! I love all your photo shots! I just love kilimanjaro safaris at AK!

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  2. Hey Beth! Have fun at Disney in 32 days! To answer your question to yourself, I believe the picture you have there is the White Rhino. Still, it's always good to double-check, and there's nothing better than to "research" at Walt Disney World! :)

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  3. What a great post! I'm glad I'm not the only one who makes a list of pictures I want to take!

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  4. Lol You sound like me, I have lists for my lists! Great idea! I can never get a picture of the lion. Maybe this time. :)

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  5. thanks guys. I can't believe we're only 32 days away!! :)

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  6. I believe that is the black rhino. The white ones don't have as much of the armored look to them and a flatter mouth.

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