World-renowned Lake Nakuru rests nestled below several hills that offer tourists a wide array of vantage points to savour the lake’s scenic beauty. Spicing up this panorama are the pink-feathered
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Kenya Wildlife Service has reported that Lake Nakuru National Park is now accessible through Lanet and Nderit gates after the main entry was fully submerged in water.
Senior Warden Collins Ochieng
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The Human-Wildlife conflict between baboons and residents living near the Lake Nakuru National Park have been escalated by careless waste disposal that attracts the animals to their homes.
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Assistant Director of Wildlife baboons and residents Dickson Ritan floods human/wildlife conflicts Lake Nakuru National Park Read on
Thousands of herbivores at the Lake Nakuru National Park are staring at uncertain future as alien plant species continue to swamp pastureland at one of the country’s most visited wildlife
Aggrey Maumo alien plant species KWS Assistant Director Central Rift Conservation Area Lake Nakuru National Park wildlife sanctuaries World Wide Fund for Nature Read on
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Conservationists have raised the red flag over the increased discharge of single use plastic bottles into Lake Nakuru that is threatening its eco-system.
The Lake Nakuru National Park Senior Warden, Catherine
Catherine Wambani increased discharge of plastic bottles KWS Lake Nakuru National Park Senior Warden Lake Nakuru National Park Lee Kinyanjui Nakuru Governor Read on