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Nature Kenya—the East Africa Natural History Society (EANHS)—is Africa’s oldest environmental Society. We were established in 1909 to promote the study and conservation of nature in eastern Africa.
Our mission is to connect people with nature and take action for biodiversity conservation.

Upcoming events

MTK-KV-2021

11th CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT

Golf for: Forest Landscape Restoration” Nature Kenya is again holding...

Wednesday Morning Birdwalks have resumed, led by Richard Kipng’eno and Peter Muriithi. In February, the walks will take place at the Nairobi National Museum grounds. Please observe Covid-19 protocols: No sharing of binoculars and guidebooks and no pooled transport. Masks are a must and you may carry your own sanitiser.

Other Nature Kenya field trips remain suspended. 

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Coast Ozi rice farmerGodhana Chalalu Dhadho (1)

Promoting sustainable livelihoods to conserve the Tana River Delta

The lush, green fields make it difficult to imagine the...
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Invasive Prosopis trapping flamingos at Lake Bogoria

Pink spots across the blue-green water; the low grunting sound...
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Lesser Flamingos turning up in unexpected places, including sewage treatment plants

Water levels continue to rise in the Rift Valley lakes....

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