Where is Kakamega Located?
The Kakamega rain forest in Western Kenya is the Eastern foothills of the Equatorial Congo rain forest and the only tropical lowland rainforest in Kenya. Today, only 10% of the former forest area of 2,400 km2 is preserved; in 1985 45 km2 were protected in the northern part of the forest as Kakamega Forest National Reserve.
The forest impresses with its variety of plants: so far, about 380 different species have been detected, including 62 Ferns, 150 tree and bush species and among the flowering plants more than 60 different orchids – 9 of which only occur here (endemic).
What Country is Kakamega in?
And who knows how many plants are still undetected. Who it seems too laborious or too dangerous to travel to Central Africa, should immerse here in the fascinating habitat. Bird really are enthusiastic in the reserve: In the Kakamega forest have been found 330 different species of birds, known mainly from West Africa, such as the grey parrot or Grey-cheeked Hornbill.
Noteworthy are the colourful Turacos (great blue turaco, Schwarzschnabelturako and Rossturako) or to the crown eagle, hunts like primates are. Here, the Congo white, nose, tiara, sea cats, and Guereza-colobus monkey life, on the rarest of the Brazza-sea cat. But for sure some of the more than 400 species of butterfly and reptiles such as the Nile monitor.
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