Have you ever wondered where the last bouquet of roses that you bought came from? Chances are you never thought of Lake Naivasha, Kenya, a freshwater lake that is increasingly being identified with the large floriculture industry that has formed around it. In recent years, largely unregulated use of the lake for irrigation has caused severe declines in water levels and has become a big concern. Despite this, the lake clings to its natural beauty and is home to hundreds of species of birds and wildlife, including hippos, waterbuck and eagles. There is still the chance to witness thousands of pink flamingos feeding near the shoreline, flocks of pelicans taking to the air, or just take a boat out into to the lake and watch eagles swoop down and scoop up fish. These sights may be just as glorious as the smell of a rose...
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- Location: Lake Naivasha, Kenya