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Elephant hunting in Kenya

Kenya Wildlife Service rangers move an elephant during a translocation exercise in Kenya, amid threats from poaching and habitat loss. Elephant hunting, which used to be an accepted activity in Kenya, was banned in 1973, as was the ivory trade. 175 more words


African Urbanism a Case Study, Nairobi National Park

Featured Image Source: Ninara, Under Creative Commons, https://www.flickr.com/photos/ninara/17334619521

Nairobi is the only city in the world with a national park with the city boundaries. This gives Nairobi some of the most exceptional skylines in the world. 1,723 more words


Once When We Were In Africa At The Foot Of The Ngong Hills…

In December 1993 we returned to Kenya after nearly a year spent in Lusaka, Zambia (Graham had been overseeing the distribution of European Union food aid during a period of extreme drought in southern Africa). 1,419 more words

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Beautiful Wildlife Photography...

This image shows two giraffes and three impalas in the rain in the forest region of Nairobi national park, Kenya, which is also home to the Athi lion pride.

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King of Hyena Dam

There is a beast beneath the waters of Hyena Dam in the Nairobi National Park, Kenya. Every once in a while, it comes to the surface to take a breather. 392 more words


A Safari in the City

As you may have noticed, I am finally catching up on my blog posts from the last 3.5 months (I can’t quite believe that I have been out here for so long!!).  1,384 more words


The Story Of Kenya

Fact: If you are Kenyan, a vast majority of laymen among the international community probably think you live in a Savannah surrounded by the perils of jungle life. 517 more words