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  1. I have been reading several tour itineraries and I have realized many says that of late things have changed in lake Nakuru National park and that at times there are not as many flamingos. They go ahead to say that they are on high population when the lake is shallow alkaline and warm. Its basically the time algae grows and flamingos flock the lake to feed on it. My question now comes in. When is the right time to have these conditions? I will appreciate your help fellow travelers.
  2. Freeman safaris has specialized in providing safaris for photographers. The vehicles have been specially adapted for maximum photographic opportunities. Enjoy the wild in luxury while doing what you love.

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