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FoNNaP: Let's Protect & Restore Our Invaluable Ecosystem For Future Generations - 13th Of May 2023 VENUE: SUSO HQ SESSION TIME: 8:30am - 12:30pm PARTHENIUM PULLOUT - 1pm onwards We are looking forward to seeing you!

FoNNaP: Planting & Nurturing Trees - 1st Of April 2023 Call for support, to buy seedlings and aftercare services for the trees.

We Need Your Help To Save Our Wildlife From The Worst Drought Ever!! Kenya has been facing the worst drought in 4 decades, and the dire drought situation in Nairobi National Park calls for immediate action to save wildlife. By donating

Stop Wildlife Roadkills Along Mombasa Road - Saving The Voiceless! This Petition Therefore Demands: 1. Urgent review of the EIA mitigation plan to compel KeNHA to establish if it is fit for purpose and to take necessary actions to address this problem. 2.

FoNNaP: The Road Monsters Are Responsible For A Whopping 129 Road Kills! The stretch of road on Mombasa road between Green Park and Chumvi is a dual carriageway to reduce traffic congestion between the countries capital Nairobi and the major port

Support The Mbagathi River Clean-up Mbagathi River, is one of the main sources of water for wildlife at Nairobi National Park. Wildlife Direct in partnership with KWS, FoNNaP and other friends of NNP will be having a Mbagathi Clean-up exercise

FoNNaP Is Having A Birdwalk At Karura Forest This Saturday, 28th Of May This Saturday, 28th of May, FoNNaP has organized a birdwalk at Karura Forest, for one and all! The birdwalk participants will convene at the Limuru gate. Come

Support The Nairobi National Park, By Ordering This Amazing FoNNaP 2022 Official Calendar. Features Great Photos Of Wildlife, Don't Miss Out! Friends of Nairobi National Park (FoNNAP) is a non-profit making membership society dedicated to nurturing and preserving the biodiversity

Nairobi National Park: Total Ground Wildlife Census The Nairobi National Park (NNP) total ground wildlife census took place on 12th December, 2021. The Wildlife Research and Training Institute, Friends of Nairobi National Park (FONNAP) and Kenya Wildlife Service along with participants

FoNNaP Is Having A Parthenium Pullout Exercise In The Nairobi National Park This Saturday, 8th Of January FoNNaP is on a mission to eradicate invasive species from Nairobi National Park. The plant species of interest is Parthenium Hysterophorous that is spreading