Saturday, 28 June 2014

Planting Trees In Shimba Hills National Reserve


KWS Honorary Warden and Shimba Support Group Chairman
Shazaad Kasmani planting a Bamba Kofi tree.

The Shimba Support Group which is a conservation organization chaired by Shazaad Kasmani of Wild Kenya Safaris, organised a tree planting day in the Shimba Hills National Reserve together with Kenya Wildlife Service. 
About 30 SSG members came together for this great noble cause and everyone who participated helped to make the activity alot of fun. Over 150 indigenous tree saplings were planted at the Governors Campsite which is located in the heart of the park. 

The Campsite which is located near Buffalo Ridge, offers a nice secluded spot for experienced campers and even has a fantastic view of the Ocean and Sable Valley. The new trees will really enhance the visitor experience in the park as well and make alot of animals and birds happy!


Seen are the Shimba Support Group and Kenya Wildlife Service members
as they planted together over 150 seedlings in the Shimba Hills National Park.

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