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Join us on a leisurely walk at Ngong Road Forest Sanctuary where we will be guided by birding experts on the search for different species of birds


A bird walk is a slow measured walk in any area as we keep our eyes and ears open for any sightings and calls from birds in the area. Bird walks are usually conducted for research but they are also an excellent way of learning more about the world around us



We expect to record as many as 50 species of birds at the forest depending on weather and sightings. Our bird walk will be led by 2 experts in the birding field who will share their knowledge on how to look for birds and identify some of the well known species

The forest has open trails with flat or gently sloping terrain – the walk is quite gentle


Besides birds, we may also see several insect species as well as wildlife such as baboons


For this event, we’re restricting the maximum number of confirmed registrations to 24 so that we can keep the group size small enough for everyone to learn something and to keep the group together


The event is also quite child friendly and kids as young as 6 can join

Cost will cover the following:

  • Guiding fees for the 2 birding experts
  • Entry fees for the sanctuary for Kenyans
  • Very light snacks
  • Shared use of binoculars with max 2 people per binoculars

Please note that for this event, transport will not be provided and you’re expected to arrive at the location using your own means


The meet up location is at the entrance to Ngong Road Forest sanctuary.


If coming from town, you can board a matatu plying Ngong road and alight right after Jamhuri Sports Grounds. There’s a dirt road that leads to the sanctuary. The road is on your left if you are coming from town

If coming by car/bike, you can drive along the dirt road upto the sanctuary entrance

You can find Ngong Road Forest Sanctuary on google maps

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