8,715 hectares (87 square kms) of prime indigenous forest nestled in the folds of a 2,820 metre high active volcanic mountain overlooking Lake Naivasha. It is a fragile little island of biodiversity in a vast sea of mostly indifferent and often times destructive humanity.
It is effectively UNGUARDED. VULNERABLE. MUCH EXPLOITED.
It is the home to perhaps 12 of the fewer than 100 surviving wild population of critically endangered Eastern Mountain Bongo antelope worldwide.
Unless we act quickly, a terrible fate awaits this precious ecosystem. Rhino Ark is spearheading the fencing of this forest, in partnership with the Government.
Join us in this quest.