Wajee Nature Park

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Wajee Nature Park

Wajee Nature Park is a bird conservancy and nature park in Mukuruwe-ini, central Kenya. It is set between Mount Kenya and the Aberdare Range 160 m (520 ft) north of Nairobi. The park, which covers 10 ha (25 acres) of pristeen natural forest, was set aside for conservation by the Reverend James Gakunju Gathigi (locally known as Wa-G or Wajee).[1] It is home to two rare species: the Hinde's babbler and the side-striped jackal.

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  • "Nyeri - Wajee Nature Park". Planet Ware. Retrieved 2010-12-05.

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  1. ^ Muchina, Mworia (2002-10-04). "Nature park in a traditional setting".