Stock Photo: There are no permanent rivers in Turkana land. The Kerio, which rises far to the south of the district, is one of the most important seasonal water courses. It has belts of thick riverine vegetation and large stands of acacia trees which provide essential dry season refuge for people and their stock.
Stock Photo: 4272-16295 There are no permanent rivers in Turkana land. The Kerio, which rises far to the south of the district, is one of the most important seasonal water courses. It has belts of thick riverine vegetation and large stands of acacia trees which provide essential dry season refuge for people and their stock.