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Photos taken while on a walk to the Nairobi Arboretum, Nairobi
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March 30, 2012 (19 photos)
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Samburu National Reserve adjoins the Buffalo Springs national Reserve in the south and the Shaba National Reserve to the East. The game reserve is traversed by the gentle Ewaso Nyiro river which meanders slowly between numerous acacia trees, providing life support to the dry-lannd animals and a home to many crocodiles and Hippos. The Samburu, Buffallo andShaba National Reserves are exclusive home of some unique wildlife that include the Reticulated Giraffe, the Grevy’s Zebra and the Beisa Oryx. It is only in these game sanctuaries that you will find the graceful Gerenuk, along necked gazelle that stands on its hind hlegs to nibble on high bush leaves, and the rare blue necked Somali Ostrich.

Other animals commonly seen in samburu and Shaba national reserves include the leopard, Cheetah, Elephant, eland and small number of Lions. There are over 100 species of birds. Large flocks of Guinea fowls are a common sight.
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40 leading conservationsts and the animals they are committed to save!

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Nairobi is the capital and largest city of Kenya. The name "Nairobi" comes from the Maasai phrase Enkare Nyirobi, which translates to "the place of cool waters". However, it is popularly known as the "Green City in the Sun". It is the most populous city in East Africa, with a current estimated population of slightly above 3 million according to 2010 statistics.

It was an uninhabited swamp until 1899 when a supply depot of the Uganda Railway was built in, which soon became the railway's headquarters. The city was named after a water hole known in Maasai as Ewaso Nyirobi, meaning "cool waters". It was completely rebuilt in the early 1900s after an outbreak of plague and the burning of the original town. Nairobi continued to grow under the British rule. Almost all of the colonial-era buildings were replaced by modern office buildings following uhuru (independence) in 1963. But few we just renovated and stand to this day; The National archives, The Stanley Hotel, The Standard Chartered House on Moi Avenue, Kipande House on Kenyatta Avenue, MacMillan Library, The Hilton Hotel among others.
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Masai Mara National Reserve is undisputedly the richest and most popular game sanctuary in Kenya. It is widely believed to be the greatest concentration of wildlife in the world. There are large herds of Elephants, Buffalos, Zebras and Giraffes.

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The scenery is simply breathtaking. Hiking in Keiyo, Flourspa and Nyaru, Mokwo and Kaptagat Forest is gratifying. Not to forget the Hospitality of the people.

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This will surely bring a new dimension and excitement to the visiting the Coast. Looking forward to its realisation.
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