Monthly Archives: July 2013

TREE PLANTING EVENT A SUCCESS

Over the years, population increase in Nairobi has led to overcrowding in the few leisure spots available the sanctuary is therefore timely into offering yet another alternative. Due to its uniqueness of being an indigenous forest within a city, and given that its only 6 kilometers from the city center.Various organizations have found the Sanctuary […]

SANCTUARY TO HOST A TREE PLANTING EVENT

Tomorrow Ngong Road Forest Sanctuary will be hosting a tree planting event. Preparations are underway to make the event a success.   Pitting for seedlings If you are interested in planting a tree/ treesĀ  kindly get in touch with us through: [email protected] www.ngongforest.org

MOTHS INVADE HIVES

The Sanctuary works close with communities that are adjacent to the sanctuary in awareness campaigns to inculcate the culture of sustainable use of natural resources, hence every Wednesday community women who have installed hives at the Sanctuary come for their normal inspection. This time they were accompanied by a few members of Honey care Africa. […]

MORE TREES MASSACRED TO MAKE WAY FOR THE ROAD

As the construction of the Southern Bypass progresses, more trees have had to be sacrificed. Was it so difficult for the Kenya Forest Service to apply its authority in directing that the Road only goes through sections with least trees to avoid all this damage? [email protected] www.ngongforest.org

NGONG FOREST PRIMARY VISITS THE SANCTUARY

Poaching has significantly reduced the number of Sunnis and duikers in the sanctuary. On several occasions during the rangers normal patrols they have come across a group of boys accompanied by a pack of dogs armed with clubs and pangas and on several occasions they have been seen carrying dead duikers and SunnisĀ  Hence the […]