By Yvonne de Jong & Tom Butynski, Lolldaiga Hills Research Programme
The Zoological Society of London/Lolldaiga Hills Research Programme’s Camera Trapping Project has been running since 2013. In September 2016, a camera trap on Lolldaiga Hills Ranch captured a pair of adult Smith’s Dik-diks Madoqua (guentheri) smithii near the centre of the Ranch.
The results of the latest eastern patas monkey survey in eastern Laikipia (central Kenya) are now available. Read the abstract of the report below or go straight to the full report (De Jong & Butynski, 2017).
By Rupi Mangat, Daily Nation 30 December 2017.
Rupi Mangat gets close to nature and finds out that there is a lot of lesser-known wildlife to be seen in Lolldaiga. Read the pdf here or on the website of Rupi Mangat
By Rupi Mangat, Daily Nation 23 December 2017.
Rupi Mangat is awed by a spectacular scenery of rugged hills, valleys, plateaus and plains. Read the pdf here or on the website of Rupi Mangat
Tom Butynski and Yvonne de Jong, Lolldaiga Hills Research Programme
On 1 September 2017, the Lolldaiga Hills Research Programme submitted an application to Nature Kenya and BirdLife for recognition of the ‘Lolldaiga-Mukogodo-Ewaso N’yiro’ Important Bird and Biodiversity Area (IBA).