Wildlife & Habitat

With its open savannah, dotted with iconic acacia trees, scrubby bush and olive tree forests stretching to the foothills of the Larogi plateau, Mugie is diverse and home to some of the threatened and endangered keystone species, whose numbers have declined to critical levels due to poaching and habitat loss. 

Mugie Conservancy provides a haven for animals, birds, and plant life. Grevy’s zebra, Jackson’s hartebeest, (which are endemic to the area), big cats, buffalo, elephants, reticulated giraffe, storks, and birds of prey, are just a few of the wonderful creatures that roam Mugie’s plains and forests. We are committed, not only to protecting them, but to ensuring a healthy future for all of the species that make up Mugie’s rich ecosystem. 


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