Nairobi National Park’s Diamond Jubilee; Tree Planting Initiative
Established in 1946, Nairobi National Park is the only national park within the limits of a capital city. It is home to a diverse array of flora and fauna. This iconic park has given Nairobi the tag “Wildlife capital”.
Now celebrating the 75th anniversary of its founding, Kenya Wildlife Service is calling on us to participate in a tree planting initiative to restore the green line between the Southern bypass and the park.
This 20m wide planted stretch will Include only native species of trees and will shelter park animals from the bypass and provide a nesting area for birds. The tree planting event will happen on 30th October. If you wish to donate and or participate in the initiative, sign up HERE.