Curation of the best Kenyan Wildlife documentaries to watch for free.
(a). Full Documentaries.
1. Apex Predators Hunt During The Great Migration | Masai Mara Big Hunt | Real Wild
The Masai Mara Region of Southwest Kenya backs onto the Serengeti in Tanzania, and is home to some of the greatest variety of wildlife. A crucial part of this region is the Mara River, giving the surrounding wildlife food and water all year round. Watch along and see the interactions between animals as they make their yearly migration from the Serengeti to the Mara and predator meets prey. #RealWild #Documentary
2. The Magnificent Wildlife Of Tanzania | To The Ends Of The Earth | Real Wild
Follow along while wildlife photographer Todd Gustafson explores beyond the horizons of our Earth, going back to his childhood home of Tanzania and Kenya. Learn about his early years and family connections to Tanzania and how this influences his photos and videos ,which explore the striking landscapes and animals of our natural world from Brazil to India to the Galapagos, revealing commonalities that bind both humans and animals alike. Todd also shares some photography tips for shooting...
3. The Tiny Endangered Elephant Shrews of Africa [4K Animal Documentary] | Elephant Shrew | Real Wild
Elephant Shrews, also known as Jumping Shrews or Sengis, are tiny Mammals living in Africa. In spite of their name, they are neither an elephant nor are they a shrew! This shy, endangered animal has become the mascot of the incredible Arabuko National Park in Kenya. The income they attract via tourism pays for the education of local children, being part of the African community. A tribute to how small and shy these elephant shrews are is the fact that they were not spotted in Somalia for over 50...
4. Africa's Breathtaking Animal Kingdom [ 4K ] | Art Wolfe's Travels To The Edge | Real Wild
From the vast plains of Kenya all the way to the incredible island of Madagascar, Art Wolfe looks at some of Africa's most breathtaking animals. In Kenya he meets the king of the jungle, the mighty lion, alongside beautiful cheetahs, giraffes, elephants and even the bright pink flamingo! In Madagascar he discovers the loud call of the Indri Lemur, strange chameleons, huge tortoises and two playful troops of the Sifaka Lemur! #RealWild #Documentary
1. Searching For Baby Elephants In Kenya | Wildlife Quest | Real Wild
Elephants of the Mara in Kenya are explored by Brittany Bristow and ranger Bruce Hedges to find herds with many young calves who are just beginning to learn how to use their trunks. They also find a herd of elephants who interact with a troupe of baboons while foraging for their favorite berries. They watch as the baboons descend a large hill to get into hippo-infested waters for a quick drink before leaping to the other side of the embankment. #babyelephants #elephants #wildlifedocumentary
2. The Crocodiles Of The Tana River (Wildlife Documentary) | Giving Nature A Voice | Real Wild
They have a fearsome reputation in Kenya, but crocodiles are now being raised by the tens of thousands for the international skin trade. Traditional communities in Kenyaâ€™s Tana River delta are allowed to harvest the eggs, which are then grown in commercial crocodile farms in Mombasa and Malindi. But is the community benefiting from the trade, and who is looking out for the animalsâ€™ well being? The Crocodiles Of The Tana River | Giving Nature A Voice | Real Wild #RealWild #Documentary...
3. Saving Africa's Wild Dogs From Extinction | Giving Nature A Voice | Real Wild
Wild Dogs were once hunted down because they were regarded as vermin, meaning today only 400 - 500 wild dogs remain in Kenya. Now, conservationists are hoping to save Laikipia's Phoenix pack, by vaccinating all the domestic dogs in the area.â€‹The Wild Dog: Saving Africa's Anti-Hero | Giving Nature A Voice | Real Wild #RealWild #Documentary #AfricanWildDogs
4. How Cheetahs Are Racing Toward Extinction (Wildlife Documentary) | Giving Nature A Voice | Real Wild
Wild cheetahs are racing towards extinction. In 1975, 14,000 cheetahs roamed Africa. Today there are only 7,100 cheetahs left in all of Africa and only 600 in Kenya. This documentary details the cheetah's fight for survival as they leap into the 21st Century. Cheetahs Are Racing Toward Extinction | Giving Nature A Voice | Real Wild #RealWild #Documentary #Cheetahs #AnimalsOnTheBrink
5. Could We Lose Zebras Forever? | Giving Nature A Voice | Real Wild
The Grevy's zebra has recorded the sharpest decline in numbers of any African mammal in recent decades, from 15,000 in the 1970s to just 2,350 today. Follow the bravery of Kenyans who have taken it upon themselves to safeguard the Grevy's zebra by working as community scouts, warriors and ambassadors. Could We Lose Zebras Forever? | Giving Nature A Voice | Real Wild #RealWild #Documentary #SavingStripes #GrevysZebra
6. Time Is Running Out For Black Rhinos On The Brink Of Extinction | Giving Nature A Voice | Real Wild
In 1970 Kenya was home to 20,000 black rhinos. By 1989 only 400 rhinos were left. This documentary explores the fight to bring black rhinos back from the brink of extinction at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy, Kenya. The Fight To Save Rhinos From Extinction #RealWild #Documentary #AnimalsOnTheBrink
7. Inside Kenyaâ€™s Secret Sand Wars Threatening Wildlife | Giving Nature A Voice | Real Wild
The world is running out of one of its most precious resources: sand. A vital component in cement, its importance to construction makes it a highly valuable material and one that is now the subject of a burgeoning black market. This documentary takes a look at how Kenya is fighting back against the criminal gangs threatening the countryâ€™s ecosystem. Inside Kenyaâ€™s Secret Sand Wars Threatening Wildlife | Giving Nature A Voice | Real Wild #RealWild #Documentary #SandWars
8. Saving Kenya's Wildlife From Plastic Pollution | Giving Nature a Voice | Real Wild
Kenya has the toughest restrictions on plastic bags in the world. This documentary explores how Kenyan activists are leading the revolution against single-use plastics and turning the tide on plastic pollution. Saving Kenya's Wildlife From Plastic Pollution | Giving Nature a Voice | Real Wild #RealWild #Documentary #PlasticPlanet
9. Kenya's Last Forest In Peril (Wildlife Documentary) | Giving Nature A Voice | Real Wild
The incredibly diverse Kakamega Forest in Kenya is under threat from an increasing population. A culture of polygamy has caused a population boom that is draining natural resources. Meet the incredible people determined to replant the lost forest. #RealWild #Documentary
10. Kenya's Nature Reserves And Their Incredible Wildlife | Giving Nature A Voice | Real Wild
The nature reserves and national parks of Kenya are the places saving a preserving the lives of some of the world's most incredible animals. #RealWild #Documentary
11. The Overcrowding Of Kenya's Nature Reserves | Giving Nature A Voice | Real Wild
With wild cattle roaming the Kenyan landscape there are plenty for the locals to herd. However, the cattle are posing a danger to people and becoming a major issue. #RealWild #Documentary
12. Tribes Vs Animals: Kenya's Struggle For Sustainability | Giving Nature A Voice | Real Wild
In Kenya, the exponential growth of cattle and livestock has causes many issues for the locals to the country. From the destruction of land to the change in biodiversity, the cattle are causing problems, and somebody has to fix it. #RealWild #Documentary
13. The Battle For Cattle (Wildlife Documentary) | Giving Nature A Voice | Real Wild
John-Allan Namu documents how a severe drought has impacted Kenyaâ€™s northern rangelands. Competing tribesmen have attacked livestock and burned down fences and buildings of ranches and conservancies in Laikipia. #RealWild #Documentary
14. The Kenya Cattle War (Wildlife Documentary) | Giving Nature A Voice | Real Wild
Kenyaâ€™s most famous TV investigative reporter produced a four-part film on the cattle wars in northern Kenya. In the lawless wilderness of northern Kenya, where pastoralists graze their cows, well-armed herders are forced to compete for diminishing grasslands in this era of climate change. Cattle rustling between Samburu, Boran, Pokot, and Turkana warriors is on the rise. Hundreds have died in senseless cattle wars that top Kenyaâ€™s losses from terrorism. A film by Sam Munia and John-Allan...
15. The African Eagle: The Amazing Skydiving Bird | Giving Nature A Voice | Real Wild
Lake Naivasha, Kenya's most valuable freshwater ecosystem has experienced unprecedented environmental degradation in the last two decades. But somehow it still plays hosts tp the largest population of African fish eagles in the world. #RealWild #Documentary
16. The Eagles Of Naivasha (Wildlife Documentary) | Giving Nature A Voice | Real Wild
In the small fishing village of Naivasha in Kenya, lives one of the world's most deadly arial killers. The Fishing Eagle. #RealWild #Documentary
17. The Heart Of Kenya (Wildlife Documentary) | Giving Nature A Voice | Real Wild
Kenya is one of the world's most deprived places, and the locals there have a heavy reliance on one specific thing for their livelihood, the river. #RealWild #Documentary
18. Lake Turkana: The Life Of A Desert | Giving Nature A Voice | Real Wild
In the heart of the Kenyan desert lies Lake Turkana, a piece of life-giving paradise amongst the #RealWild #Documentary