“They make sure that plenty of fresh browse
is available for the animals as well as
fresh water, minerals and other veterinary
requirements are met when necessary.”
Meanwhile a small group of mature bongo have
entered an advanced stage towards
They are kept in a forest wilderness area
where they encounter other wild animals.
A natural stream provides fresh mountain
water and vege-tation is the same as they
will find after their eventual release.
“We make contact with humans rare and
unpleasant so as to rekindle their
instinctive fear of man needed for survival
in the wild.
“The Mount Kenya Wildlife Conservancy’s
Bongo Rehabil-itation program was named
amongst the three most important wildlife
projects worldwide in 2006 (by AZA)
“We are grateful to all our supporters the
world over without whom this project could
"The success of this program is directly
dependent on your sponsorship."