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Smallest national park is too small to accommodate tourists and rare species

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A few decades ago, business flourished in market centres surrounding Saiwa, the smallest National Park in Kenya.

Smallest national park is too small to accommodate tourists and rare species

By Martin Ndiema | 4 months ago

Saving cranes as gate way to water security

Saving cranes as gate way to water security

NAIROBI, KENYA: The disappearance of grey crowned crane, a wetland dependent bird from areas traditionally known to host significant flocks is of key concern to conservationists.

Rudolf Makhanu | 4 years ago

Saiwa: Beauty in a small package

Augustine Oduor got more than he bargained for when he took a trip up North to Trans Nzoia District in search of Kenya’s smallest park.

| 11 years ago

The swamp that ‘invaders’ saved from killer grass

A visitor at Saiwa Swamp National Park may be surprised see locals wielding machetes and sickles cutting elephant grass and ferrying it away without fear of being detained by Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) warders.

| 11 years ago

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