Masai Mara: Masai Mara is part of the Serengeti National Park, which is located in Narok County, Kenya. It is an important wildlife sanctuary that protects numerous species. One of the most well-known species that are protected is the wildebeest. Every year, the wildebeest travel across the plains in the Serengeti to find new grazing land. It is estimated that nearly two million wildebeest migrate to Masai Mara each year. All of the wildebeest migrating is considered to be one of the seven wonders of the world.
Lake Nakuru: Lake Nakuru is a small alkaline lake that has been home to around 400 different species of birds. As many as two million flamingos have been counted feeding on the algae when food is plentiful in the warm waters. The lake recedes during the dry season and floods in the wet season. Lake Nakuru National Park has been protecting the lake and wildlife around it since 1961.
In 1963, the Republic of Kenya adopted its national flag. The colors on the flag represent peace (white), the people (black), natural wealth and vegetation (green), and bloodshed in the battle for independence (red). The Maasai shield with two spears stands for the defense of Kenya.