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Kenya: Lake now safe haven for rare bird species

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Reports www.nation.co.ke.

Lake Elementaita has been gazetted as a wildlife sanctuary. It is home to thousands of flamingoes, pelicans and crested grebe, among other bird species. The move is a major economic boost for Nakuru County, which is likely market it as a tourist destination.


“We expect more hotels to come up around the area and this will create employment opportunities,”

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