Amazing Flamingo Flock

Every year the lakes of Kenya become packed with one of the largest populations of flamingo in the world – leading it to be dubbed Flamingo City by visitors. The area around the group of lakes turns a stunning shade of shocking pink as millions of flamingos fly in to breed – sparking one of the world’s most spectacular displays. It’s so popular for the birds because of the huge amounts of algae here which grows due to the shallow depth of the water.

Every year the lakes of Kenya become packed with one of the largest populations of flamingo in the world - leading it to be dubbed Flamingo City by visitors. The area around the group of lakes turns a stunning shade of shocking pink as millions of flamingos fly in to breed - sparking one of the world's most spectacular displays. It's so popular for the birds because of the huge amounts of algae here which grows due to the shallow depth of the water.

Every year the lakes of Kenya become packed with one of the largest populations of flamingo in the world - leading it to be dubbed Flamingo City by visitors. The area around the group of lakes turns a stunning shade of shocking pink as millions of flamingos fly in to breed - sparking one of the world's most spectacular displays. It's so popular for the birds because of the huge amounts of algae here which grows due to the shallow depth of the water.

Every year the lakes of Kenya become packed with one of the largest populations of flamingo in the world - leading it to be dubbed Flamingo City by visitors. The area around the group of lakes turns a stunning shade of shocking pink as millions of flamingos fly in to breed - sparking one of the world's most spectacular displays. It's so popular for the birds because of the huge amounts of algae here which grows due to the shallow depth of the water.

Every year the lakes of Kenya become packed with one of the largest populations of flamingo in the world - leading it to be dubbed Flamingo City by visitors. The area around the group of lakes turns a stunning shade of shocking pink as millions of flamingos fly in to breed - sparking one of the world's most spectacular displays. It's so popular for the birds because of the huge amounts of algae here which grows due to the shallow depth of the water.