Monthly Archives: July 2014

Sanctuary hosts researchers from France

The day started as usual and we expected two professors who were interested in pointing out the complications and consequences of decoupling dynamic of people and nature. In their research they pointed out Nairobi as their first priority. The key reasons were; diverse habitat, carnivore population, increasing human population, city development and drastic climate changes […]

Visit to section one of Ngong Road Forest

On Friday at around 1.00 pm we visited the recently opened section one of Ngong Road Forest that is located along the southern by pass for a nature walk. At the gate we were ushered in by one of the rangers who gave a brief background of that section of the forest. We first visited […]

SANCTUARY RECEIVES UNEXPECTED VISITORS

Over the years, population increase in Nairobi City 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’s its only 6km from the city Centre. Various institutions have found the […]