Ol Pejeta Conservancy’s 90,000 acres are grazed by wildlife and livestock, in a partnership that is as beneficial to the grasslands as it is to the animals. Ol Pejeta Conservancy is known as the home of the last two Northern White rhinos and a sanctuary for the endangered Black rhinos. Additionally, the conservancy hosts a Chimpanzee sanctuary that offers refuge to abused and orphaned chimpanzees. The Laikipia region has the richest diversity of wildlife in Kenya outside of the Maasai Mara – and protected areas like Ol Pejeta are key to conserving this natural wonder. The key habitats found include open Red Oat grasslands, riverine vegetation along the Ngobit and Ewaso Ng’iro rivers, and extensive stands of Whistling Acacia all of which provide habitats for a wide range of bird species, including resident species and an ever-increasing number of Palearctic migrants, residents and intra –African migrants. Ol Pejeta has horse ride tours to see rhinos and game drives for lion tracking, also night game viewing is allowed.
Ol Pejeta Birds; African Black Duck, Spur-winged Goose, Yellow-billed Stork, Saddle-billed Stork, Secretarybird, African Spoonbill, Hamerkop, White-backed Vulture, Ruppell’s Vulture, Lappet-faced Vulture, Bateleur, Martial Eagle, Grey-crowned Crane, African Cuckoo, Dusky Nightjar, Pennant-winged Nightjar, Somali Tit, Kori Bustard, Ruff, Meyer’s Parrot, Black-winged Lapwing, White Helmetshrike, Namaqua Dove, African Swift, Nanyuki Black-lored Babbler, Pgymy Falcon, Shikra, Long-crested Eagle, Lizard Buzzard, Gabar Goshawk, Black-chested Snake-Eagle, Eastern Chanting Goshawk, African Hawk Eagle, Common Buzzard, White-eyed Kestrel, Steppe Eagle,
Paradise Lost Resort in Kenya was started in 1996 by coffee farmers in Kiambu. The scenery is beautiful which exudes such beauty that the name fittingly benefits the surroundings and nature. The main attraction is the caves, which have a waterfall at the entrance, they were used by the Mau Mau during the fight for independence in Kenya. Paradise Lost has different habitats wetlands, grasslands, plantations, and a forest that are rewarding and productive for bird life. There is a coffee factory within Paradise Lost, where they blend and sell it to consumers at an affordable price. There are quite a number of birds to see and record in Paradise Lost
Paradise Lost is the best place in Nairobi to see the rare or range-restricted Grey-olive Greenbul
Paradise Lost Common Birds; Little Grebe, Great Cormorant, Reed Cormorant, African Darter, Little Bittern, Knob-billed Duck, African Black Duck, African Fish Eagle, Osprey, African Goshawk, Augur Buzzard, Buff-spotted Flufftail, African Green Pigeon.