Birding At Nairobi Arboretum

The Nairobi Arboretum is an underrated location in my opinion. Maybe people don’t know what’s available there, or the fact that there’s no PSV route passing close by discourages them from going. It’s quite a walk from University Way/ Nyerere Rd roundabout, but once you get there it’s worth it.

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Hiking Through Eburu Forest

When in the Kinangop Highlands in September last year, we saw Mt. Eburu at a distance from a vantage point. I wondered if maybe I could hike it one day and what do you know, Nature Kenya organised a hike to that same mountain in December. Read on to catch up on my experience there.

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Manguo Swamp Waterfowl Census with Nature Kenya

Hey peeps! After a momentous election season, it’s time to get back to ‘normal’. I still don’t get why it has to be such a big deal. I mean, our neighbor Rwanda held her election around the same time and it was over before we even realised…yet here life came to a standstill for a whole week! That being said, I went for a birdwalk in an unexpected location a few weeks ago and it was such an interesting experience! Continue reading “Manguo Swamp Waterfowl Census with Nature Kenya”

Birding at the Racecourse

What fun outdoor activities can you possibly undertake on a cold day? The kind of weather that is synonymous with a hot cup of cocoa, being tucked in your blankets watching a good series? Few things appeal to me at such times. The older I get, the more I appreciate staying home to chill. The struggle is real.

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Friends in my Yard (Part 1)

Home sweet home isn’t just an expression for me. It’s reality. I happen to live in a very serene area. The air is fresh, surroundings devoid of noise and we wake up to the sound of birds every day. Actually, we hear birds all day long. How cool is that! Read on to get a sneak peek of the beautiful place I live, Continue reading “Friends in my Yard (Part 1)”