These fantastic photographs and videos show thousands of flamingos gathering around the shoreline of Lake Bogoria in Kenya to feed.
On the shores of Lake Bogoria in Kenya thousands of flamingos feed on algae in the caustic waters.
The birds naturally form themselves into the exact shape of the lake’s shore.
There is a constant sound as the one in the video. So imagine thousands of them: the noise is so loud that it dominates the whole area with their honking.
Photographer Martin Harvey said that the phenomenon was one of the most amazing widlife experiences in the world. I believe him right away!
Lake Bogoria is known for attracting thousands, even millions, of the brightly coloured birds.
Flamingos gather at these lakes to feed on the abundant blue-green algae which thrive in the warm alkaline waters.
The numbers fluctuate greatly but there can be up to 1.5million at a time.