Monthly Archives: April 2011

Mau Degradation Exposes Makalia River

By Eric Kihiu The Makalia River rises in the Mau, and is a key source of water for Lake Nakuru. Presently, the river has dried up and no water flows. The Makalia Falls in Lake Nakuru National Park is, usually, a scenic site where the roar of rushing water provides accompaniment to birdsong and the […]

Greensteds School Gets Bongo Posters

Greensteds International School, based in Nakuru, is the most recent recipient of educational posters and brochures about the Eastern Mountain Bongo antelope. The materials were donated by Rhino Ark in recognition of Greensteds’ interest in supporting the conservation of Eburu Forest. Mt. Eburu is part of the Mau mountain range and, in the words of […]


Rhino Charger and rally ace Ian Duncan beat 29 other drivers to emerge the winner at the Quattro Charge held on 27th March 2011 in Lukenya Hills. This is the third time he has won Quattro Charges. Ian completed all the 17 tasks by losing a mere 50 points ahead of first time Quattro Charge […]

Greensteds Debut Mau Run a Success

On 26 February 2011, 63 pupils and staff from Greensteds International School showed exceptional teamwork and courage to take on 110kms of hilly and mostly rough and dusty roads to raise funds for charity. The inaugural “Run-a-Ton” relay event required participants to run in teams from Narok, through the Mau Forest and on to Nakuru […]