Monthly Archives: October 2012

EDUCATIONAL VISIT BY THE BRAEBURN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL.

Braeburn International School year eight students visited the sanctuary for an ecology study. The day was bright promising a successful day. The students arrived at 8.30 and were ushered into the Imre Loefler education centre for a briefing by the project coordinator. They were warned against littering the forest and making noise while in the […]

NGONG ROAD FOREST CHALLENGE

20th October, 2012 was not only a Mashujaa day at the sanctuary but also a day that saw children and adults take a wild ride and walk through the forest in an event organized by H&A Sports in collaboration with the Ngong Forest Sanctuary.By 8.30 am in the morning the paths to be taken by […]

NATURE WALKS IN THE SANCTUARY

It has been a very busy day for the rangers, interns and some tourists (a family of three). We managed to go through several places and encountered different attractions; the woodlands, grassland, aquatic as well as the caves. The caves were so natural and beautiful. At the caves A look into one of the caves […]

HONEY CARE AFRICA VISITS THE APIARIES AT THE SANCTUARY

The sanctuary recognizes the importance of ensuring projects are relevant to adjacent communities. It therefore has included the neighbours in all stages of decision making and day to day management. The trust seeks to play a role in poverty alleviation by establishing projects that are beneficial to the communities, but at the same time environmental […]

SANCTUARY HOSTS CHARITY WALK

We spent the last few days before the annual Nairobi Hospice walk marking and clearing the road that the participants would use.  The walk is usually 10km but since the route they had previously used cuts through the Southern bypass road which is currently under construction we had to get an alternative road. Ranger Akach […]