Sharing Breakfast with Giraffes

Photographer Robin Moore’s latest efforts brought him just outside of Nairobi, Kenya to Giraffe Manor, famous for its resident herd of endangered Rothschild Giraffes.

Photographer Robin Moore’s works have graced the pages of National Geographic Traveler and TIME Magazine and he is an associate fellow of the International League of Conservation Photographers. Mr. Moore’s  latest efforts brought him just outside of Nairobi, Kenya to Giraffe Manor, famous for its resident herd of endangered giraffes.

Located on 12 acres of private land and 140 acres of indigenous forest, Giraffe Manor is home to a herd of endangered Rothschild giraffes, many of which vie for your attention, curiously peaking their heads through the windows and proudly inviting themselves in through the front door.

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