Lake Nakuru Flag
Lake Nakuru in Kenya’s Great Rift Valley of East Africa is also our most spectacular flag. Lake Nakuru is 1753-2073 meters above sea level and covers an area of 188 square kilometers. The lake patches is so good looking.
There are more than 2 million Pink Flamingos gathered in this area, accounting for one third of the world’s total number of flamingos, and it is a “bird-watching paradise”. The world’s largest flock of flamingos is in East Africa, some say in Kenya, some say in Tanzania. In fact, it’s the same flock. But there are the most flamingos in Lake Nakuru.
Flamingos should not be migratory birds. They are just nomads who want to go where they have food. Lake Mayala and Lake Natron in Tanzania, or Lake Nakuru and Lake Boglia in Kenya on the flag, are all places they like to go. Look, the water level of Lake Nakuru has risen and food is scarce. Flamingos continue to fly north to Lake Boglia. In an hour or two, flamingos can fly past.
Nakulu Lake is located in the volcanic zone and its water salinity is high. It is suitable for the growth of plankton as the main food of flamingos. There are about 450 species of birds in the lake, which are recognized as UNESCO heritage. Lake Nakuru National Park is also a paradise for hippos, white and black rhinos, giraffes and buffaloes.
Our flag is not only ornamental, but also knowledgeable and interesting. Has such a flag touched you?