Malka Mari National Park
|Malka Mari National Park|
|Area||1,500 km2 (580 sq mi)|
Malka Mari National Park is a national park of Kenya, situated along the dawa River on the Kenya-Ethiopia border. It is approximately 1,500 square kilometres (370,000 acres) in size. It is accessible via the Mandera Airport, and is probably the least visited national park in the nation.
Some of the animals that live in the park are the Somali giraffe, crocodile, hyena, agama lizards, antelopes, vultures, dik-dik, Nile crocodiles, zebra and genet.
Over 20 species of birds can be found here, including streptopelia decipiens, cichladusa guttata, ploceus dichrocephalus and the rare corvus ruficollis (desert crow).