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Why flamingo populations are on the decline

ENVIRONMENT

At Lakes Nakuru and Bogoria, which are major habitats, the population have been reducing since 2011 when water levels started to rise sharply.

Why flamingo populations are on the decline

By Caroline Chebet | 1 month ago

Birds leave Lake Nakuru as ‘toxicity’ levels rise

Birds leave Lake Nakuru as ‘toxicity’ levels rise

Thousands of flamingoes have migrated to Lake Oloidien in Naivasha due to what bird experts term as high toxicity levels in their natural home at Lake Nakuru.

| 10 years ago

Lake Nakuru Flamingoes

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| 10 years ago

Migrating birds make little known lake a tourism spot

Flamingoes from two lakes in Rift Valley make Lake Simbi in Homa Bay their new home, raising the profile of the small town.

James Omoro | 3 months ago

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