Monthly Archives: August 2008

Why we need the fences and the corridor

I thought I would try to explain the need for the fencing projects around Mount Kenya and therefore the resulting corridor. Unfortunately for most of our protected areas, and Mount Kenya in particular, there is huge pressure on land. Right up to the boundary of Mount Kenya’s forests there is dense population and hundreds of […]

Heartbreaking reality

The little elephant in the middle of the picture below is a female who was loosing condition very rapidly a couple of months ago. Sadly she has just now been abandoned by her family. Elephants don’t do this unless there is absolutely no hope left. She has a deformed foot because last year she was […]

Calling all Mountain Bikers!

It’s just under 8 weeks away from the 10 to 4 Mountain Bike Challenge. If you are a mountain biking fanatic or you want to try this unique experience it’s time to sign up for this amazing ride. By taking part you will be helping the Trust with it’s work. For more info go to […]

Calling all Elephants!

It’s been a long time since I blogged so I will start with the good news. ┬áThe Elephant corridor fence is finally being built and though we are still waiting for the funding to come in for Virgin Atlantic we will start with the underpasses as soon as we receive the money. Unfortunately we are […]