A female bushbuck, seen alone. She was looking around a lot and my driver thought she had lost her companion(s). This attractive antelope is widespread throughout Africa and shows great regional variation in its coloring. It is normally seen singly or in pairs. The male is dark brown or chestnut, while the female is generally a pale reddish brown. The male has relatively small, straight horns and both sexes are marked with white spots and sometimes stripes, though the stripes are often indistinct.
Found in rain forests, montane forests, forest-savanna mosaics and bush savannaforest and woodland. Seen at Nairobi National Park