Monthly Archives: August 2010

THE FORMATION OF AN ENVRIONMENTAL CHOIR

In the Ngong Road Forest Sanctuary Trust, there are many activities which are carried out by different personnels. The Trust has a Board of Trustees, a project Coordinator, an office assistant and rangers. One of the many activities that take place in the Ngong Road Forest is conserving the wildlife in a reserved area which […]

AN ORDINARY DAY IN THE FOREST

We communicated with the rangers from the Bomas camp via radio communication and agreed to meet at a place we call “Vulture nest” which is right in the middle of the forest for a joint patrol. We discussed the general situation of the forest and observed that last year the level of destruction was high […]

FENCE VANDALS ARRESTED.

Fence vandalism has been going on in the forest despite the hard efforts that we put in to try and stop it. Efforts to arrest these culprits have sometimes been fruitless since they come in large groups and are armed with crude weapons. They out number the rangers which makes it difficult for the us […]

CONSERVATION CHOIR FOR ENVIRONTMENT.

Some years back, the communities surrounding the Ngong Road forest did not know the importance of the forest and did not even bother to protect it. All they actually cared for was to remove loads of firewood day after day because this had actually become their source of livelihood. The forest was not fenced yet, […]