Monthly Archives: August 2013

THE SANCTUARY’S EDUCATION CENTER HOSTS KENYA WILDLIFE SERVICE STUDENTS FIELD VISIT

Ngong Forest Sanctuary has an ongoing Environmental Education Program for Schools and colleges visiting the Sanctuary. The program is run at the Sanctuary’s Education Centre Facility that comprises of Lecture Theater, a PA system, an Overhead Projector and an ample and secure Car Park Facility. These, together with the Orientation Banda and numerous nature trails […]

A SAVING COMPETITION

The Sanctuary recognizes the importance of ensuring projects are relevant to adjacent to 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 […]

BACK AGAIN!!!

Crowned Eagles have one of the most prolonged breeding cycles of any bird. Crowned Eagle pairs breed once every two years; a single breeding cycle lasts for approximately 500 days in Breeding can occur almost year-around throughout the range, though egg laying seems to peak roughly around the end of the wet season or the […]