Monthly Archives: September 2010

PREY JUVENILE NOT A CROWN EAGLE

I now agree I was right when I first said to the birdwatchers from nature Kenya who visited the forest on 8, September the juvenile prey that had landed on a big eucalyptus tree at the edge of the dam was not a crown eagle. It was an argument that lasted for a long time […]

THE WARRING SYKES

I was recently on duty at the main gate at around midday when I heard a commotion inside the forest. I then went to see what it was all about and found a herd of Skye monkeys which I quickly dismissed as the primates which are very common in the forest. Many times we come […]

BIRD WATCHING WITH NATURE KENYA MEMBERS

By 9am I was at the racecourse restaurant parking with my colleague George waiting for the visitors from nature Kenya. We were kept busy by a wood pecker bird which was on an Acrocapus tree feeding on the back of the tree. Olive Baboons were also busy at the dustbins which are just a few […]

THE CEMETERY ROAD

The cemetry road is the main road that leads to the main gate of the Sanctuary where the office and the education centre is located. This road joins ngong road and Kibera slums via the Jamhuri show ground. The road goes through the eucalyptus trees which is part of Ngong Road forest. The road to […]