Monthly Archives: September 2012

A juvenile Crown Eagle hunts down a Sykes’ monkey

  It was last Sunday morning when everyone was busy preparing for a church service. It was still early for church service decided hence I decided to patrol the forest.  On many instances during the weekends and especially on Sundays we have noticed a lot of tree felling, especially at the “exhibition area” in the […]

SOWETO ACADEMY FROM KIBERA ON AN EDUCATION TOUR AT THE SANCTUARY

Soweto is a section in Kibera slums and it neighbors’ Ngong Forest Sanctuary on the eastern side of the forest.   Last Friday the school visited the sanctuary they arrived at around 11.00 am at the parking lot, they had boarded a mini bus at from their school, they got lost and they alighted at Ngong […]

TACTICS TO KEEP BABOONS OFF THE APIARIES

Due to the constant destruction of beehives by the baboons the community women keep on inspecting their apiaries every Wednesday morning. Before the baboons started destroying their apiaries more women would come to inspect them but lately due to frustrations they encountered after having their bee hives destroyed, the number of women has drastically reduced. […]