Kigio Wildlife Conservancy is a noteworthy 3,500-acre conservancy between Nakuru and Naivasha in Kenya. The beautiful Conservancy with its wide ranging habitats, from riverine and euphorbia woodlands to short grass and Leleshwa shrub, holds approx. 3,500 heads of wildlife (including the endangered Rothschild Giraffe, a 200 strong herd of buffalo, impala, Grant's and Thomson's gazelle, eland, hyena, leopard, hippo and over 250 bird species) which are protected by an electric fence on three sides and the Malewa River on one. The Conservancy's rich bio-diversity has been recognized internationally by Tusk Trust, Born Free Trust, Lewa Wildlife Conservancy and several private donors who have provided funds to improve the infrastructure in the conservancy and to help wildlife conservation and surrounding communities. The Conservancy is at the forefront of eco-tourism in the Rift Valley lakes area.
(Nairobi, Kigio Conservancy, Masai Mara)
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