Disaster looms as Habitat fragmentation choke life out of Tsavo and Nairobi national parks

Impalas under elevated standard gauge railway track inside the Nairobi National Park, Kenya. Nairobi National Park is quietly seeing its life snuffed out as these infrastructural developments human settlements gradually block wildlife dispersal corridors and eat up their habitat, acre after acre. These infrastructural developments have now affected the ecology of the park, endangering the wildlife and their natural habitats.

Acres of Tsavo national park are destroyed after ferocious fires engulfed the park for days endangering and threatening many wild lives in the region

To protect Kenya’s major important water towers, local communities residing within the forest block have been evicted