Monthly Archives: November 2012

Illegal logging till when?

At Ngong Road Forest Sanctuary we always have on our daily schedule patrols in the forest in order to ensure that illegal logging doesn’t occur in the forest among other things that ruin it. On this particular day the Project Coordinator and Ranger Nicholas decided to take us (interns) along a patrol via the southern […]

EFFECTS OF THE SOUTHERN BY PASS ON NGONG FOREST.

Other than the Southern by Pass having several expected importance, it has actually come with a lot of negative effects to the forest more than was imagined. There is environmental degradation in the region to unimaginable levels. For instance, the area that has been consumed by the construction in general is too big resulting to […]

AN HOUR’S TIME BIRD WATCHING EXPERIENCE

Yesterday saw the sanctuary receive an impromptu visit by tourists, one of the forest trustees and a few birdwatchers from Nature Kenya with the interest in Bird watching come over to the forest for a quick bird watching experience. Ngong road forest sanctuary did not disappoint as the rangers were ready as usual for any […]

THE EDUCATIONAL VISIT BY CATHSAM SCHOOL

Cathsam school kindergarten pupils visited the sanctuary for a nature walk. The day was bright promising a successful day. The pupils arrived at 8.30am and were ushered into the Imre Loefler hall by the education officer. They were warned against littering the forest and noise making. Arriving at the sanctuary Briefing  at the Imre Loefler […]