Mathew’s Range: A little-known mountain range with one of the least disturbed forests in north Kenya makes for exciting long term research in forest dynamics

Above: Dry lower slopes of Mathews Range From the archives: 6 September 2013 Published: in The East African Nation newspaper Part 1 of 3 September 1887. Count Teleki and Captain Ludwig von Hoehnel left Ngong near what is today Nairobi to trek across northern Kenya in search of a huge lake. The local Samburu called […]

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Samburu Trails

From the archives in 2007 In memory of Rosalie Faull Okay – here’s a brain teaser.  What do you get when you cross a donkey with a horse?  Answer:  You get a smart ass!  Actually, you get a mule. “Mules are very tough animals,” explains Rosalie Faull who runs Samburu Trails, a trekking safari into […]

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