The Taita Apalis is a small songbird found only in Kenya: only in the forests of the Taita Hills.

And it can become Kenya’s first bird to become extinct if nothing is done to save its habitat.

Today fewer than 200 remain. It is therefore CRITICALLY ENDANGERED – threatened with extinction. If nothing is done, Kenya might lose this bird species forever.

What can we do to save the Taita Apalis?

Nature Kenya seeks to conserve the forest fragments that are the habitat of the Taita Apalis. This includes leasing a small natural forest and restoring degraded former forest.

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Donate to save the Taita Apalis from extinction

Donate as little as Ksh.100 to save the Critically Endangered Taita Apalis. By M-Pesa, choose Paybill 100300 and Account Save the Taita Apalis

Your money will help Nature Kenya to buy or lease land, restore degraded areas and engage with local people to protect the Taita Apalis from becoming Kenya’s first bird to become extinct.

We’d love to have your name on this list to save the Taita Apalis

Read more:  Race is on to Save the rare Taita Apalis

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