Kipini Conservation Fundraiser With Raabia & Nusrat Honorary KWS Ranger, Raabia Hawa approached Pwani Animal Welfare with a desperate need to relocate the feral cats that were hunting reptiles, small mammals, and birds vital to the balance of the Kipini Conservation
Creation Is Absolutely Incredible; The Nairobi National Park - by Gareth Jones After driving in the Nairobi National Park on over 4500 occasions, over many years, I remain in awe as to the incredibly wide range and creative detail of the
Worms & Wonderful Wings Of The Nairobi National Park - by Gareth Jones Some time ago while driving on a rough track in the Athi Basin, I noticed a large predominantly green worm with incredibly beautiful markings on an acacia tree
Click The Pic - Enjoy Wildlife Photography!!! - by Gareth Jones I do not pretend to know everything about taking good wildlife photos, but over a period of half a century hopefully, some hard lessons have been learned. Basically, it was
FoNNaP (Friends of Nairobi National Park) is having a Barbeque Fundraiser at MATBRONZE CAFE on Saturday 20th February at 4:30 pm. There will be lots of amazing raffle prizes & all proceeds will be going towards conservation projects in the
FoNNaP Merchandise For Sale Payment Details:MPESA TILL No. 275211Cheques and Credit Card AcceptedCheques to: Friends Of Nairobi National Park(FoNNaP Members get a 10% Discount)All Proceeds Support FoNNaP’s Programs in the Park and Administrative Cost.
Saving Kenya's Elephants - Hands Off Our Elephants! The battle to save the elephants in Kenya and throughout Africa continues, as many are aware a few years ago a huge mega pile of Ivory representing about 8000 elephants was burned
Join FoNNaP & Be Part Of Keeping The Park Alive To get access to the 18th Edition of FoNNaP (Friends of Nairobi National Park), CHRISTMAS EDITION, Click on the link below: TO BECOME A MEMBER PAY ONLY 2000KES ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP FEE
Join FoNNaP & Be Part Of Keeping The Park Alive To get access to the 13th Edition of FoNNaP (Friends of Nairobi National Park) Click on the link below: PARTICIPATE IN THE FoNNaP MONTHLY MEMBERSHIP DRIVE: Introduce a new member to FoNNaP!!! The more
Wildlife Conservation With Raabia Hawa Last Thursday, Kenya lost a young lioness to reckless driving along the Loitoktok- Emali road. Roadkill isn’t something new to Kenyans, but when it begins to threaten the survival of a species, we should all be very
Wildlife Conservation - Raabia Hawa Conserving wildlife has been an uphill challenge from the very beginning. None the less, there remain committed people who would do anything to see our ecosystems thrive once again. I am so fortunate to be a
NAIROBI’S REGAL OUR FORESTS ARE GREEN LUNGS!! - By GARETH JONES After good rains, new life often emerges in many ways. Flowers blossom with bright splashes of colour, standing out magnificently against the green surroundings and the dry drab grasses erupt
ZEBRA “ON THE ROLL" AT THE NAIROBI NATIONAL PARK Year after year the plains zebra faithfully return to the Nairobi park to seek fine pasture. In recent years this feat is becoming more and more challenging with the pressures of human
Recap Of FoNNaP Celebrating Their Silver Jubilee Last Sunday On The 16th February At Brookhouse International School
FoNNaP Celebrated Their 25 Years At The Brookhouse International School on the 16th Of February 2020
FoNNaP Celebrating 25 Years At The Brookhouse International School BROOKHOUSE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL this Sunday 16th February from 12 pm.
FoNNaP Celebrating 25 Years At The KWS HQ Club House - Nairobi National Park FoNNaP is celebrating its 25th year in 2020 and we are starting the year with a celebration luncheon at the KWS Club House on Sunday 16th February
NAIROBI NATIONAL PARK - THE FISHING KINGS!!! - By GARETH JONES After plentiful rains this year, all of the rivers, streams and dams are well filled. The rains are always restoring and bring an abundance of new life. This includes many
CLICKS FOR BETTER PICS - IT'S ALL ABOUT WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY!!! - By GARETH JONES I do not pretend to know everything about taking good wildlife photos, but over a period of half a century hopefully, some hard lessons have been learned.
TSAVO WEST NATIONAL PARK - BRAVO IT'S TSAVO!!! - By GARETH JONES The alarm clock buzzed at 04h00, we rapidly awoke and packed a few remaining items into our car and left Nairobi just after 05H00. After weeks of waiting, we
NAIROBI NATIONAL PARK: THE UNSUNG HERO – MERVYN COWIE!!! - By GARETH JONES In 1898 the Uganda Railway project reached a point where there was a swampy section at the railway marker of “mile 326”. The water was deemed clean and
NAIROBI NATIONAL PARK - BIG CAT COMMUNICATION!! - By GARETH JONES Late one afternoon I sat quietly in the Langata forest watching a sleeping lion in the hope that he would awaken from his slumber and possibly be active in some
NAIROBI NATIONAL PARK - THE WORLD OF ANTS!! - By GARETH JONES My vehicle stopped suddenly near the Kingfisher picnic site, in front me a moving mass snaked its way across the road, a closer inspection revealed seemingly millions of red
LAKE NAKURU NATIONAL PARK - WORTH A VISIT!! - By GARETH JONES For many years we have enjoyed occasional weekend visits to Lake Nakuru National Park. It is indeed a wonderful place to escape from the hectic city life of Nairobi.
NAIROBI NATIONAL PARK'S LIONS ALSO KNOWN AS PANTHERA LEO - By GARETH JONES For thousands of years, lions (Panthera leo) have roamed the area we call Nairobi today. Humans have also co-existed with wildlife in this area for thousands of years.
NAIROBI NATIONAL PARK - SECRETS OF THE FOREST!! - BY GARETH JONES There is something mysterious and wondrous about being in a natural forest, and the Langata forest part of the Nairobi National Park is such a place. The thick bush
NAIROBI NATIONAL PARK - THE SAFARI SAMARITANS - BY GARETH JONESOne thing that has always touched me in life, is when people help those in need, especially when they expect nothing in return. Many people know the biblical parable of
THE NAIROBI ANTELOPE - THE LITTLE ONES- BY GARETH JONES Many people only seem to notice the larger creatures like rhinos, buffalo, giraffes, lions etc. when visiting the park, however there are many interesting small creatures ranging from insects to reptiles,
THE NAIROBI REEDBUCK! - BY GARETH JONES Late one afternoon I drove to the Hyena dam area, it was very evident that some parts of the park were looking green, with various sightings of herbivores and birds. As I turned a
FUNNY CREATURES OF NAIROBI NATIONAL PARK- THE LAUGHING HYENAS!!! - BY GARETH JONES Early morning drives through the park are events that have a feeling of the unexpected. Such an event happened near junction No7, after we had entered from the
NAIROBI NATIONAL PARK- CROCODILES!! - BY GARETH JONES It was a cold cloudy morning as I sat quietly at the Hyena dam, waiting and watching to see what bird action there was. Suddenly a movement caught my attention, the profile of
THE NAIROBI VEGETATION- A GREEN SCENE! - BY GARETH JONES After some good rain, new life often blossoms in many ways. Flowers blossom with bright splashes of colour, standing out magnificently against the green surroundings, and the dry drab grasses erupt
NAIROBI’S REGAL EAGLES!! - BY GARETH JONES Early on a fresh summer morning after heavy rain the night before I drove slowly through the park, hoping to see something special. A large bird sat perched on top of an acacia tree,
MICA THE MIGHTY! - BY GARETH JONES For many years my chosen route to work and back was through the Nairobi National Park, and as a result I have had thousands of game drives. Naturally I have had many lion sightings,
THE GNU’S NEWS! - BY GARETH JONES Every new day brings something different. Very early one fine morning about ten years ago, I approached the No7-Karen Primary dam, I noticed a jackal at the water, the jackal moved away as I
UNIQUE AFRICAN ANTELOPE - BY GARETH JONES Wow! What a sight for the naked eye to behold, before me stood a big herd of elands, moving slowly across the Embakasi plains as they grazed and interacted with each other. So
Secretive Serval Cats Spotted In Nairobi National Park - Written by Gareth Jones When driving in the Nairobi National Park, always be prepared for those “suddenly” moments when you see something rare or special. It is good to drive with your
? FUN IN THE SUN! ? The alarm clock buzzed at 05h00 as we awoke to a new day and arrived at the gate just after 06H00. The master plan was to spend the entire day in the park, and just enjoy
For thousands of years lions have roamed the area we call Nairobi today. Humans have also co-existed with wildlife in this area for thousands of years. However within the last 120 years there have been dramatic changes due to rapid