Kakamega Forest National Reserve makes up part of Kenya’s last surviving tract of tropical rainforest – a 45-square kilometre area of virgin stinkwood and teak trees, ferns and flowering plants. These ancient woodlands shelter a rich diversity of fauna, including tree pangolins, duikers, porcupines, seven different primate species and a profusion of butterfly species. It is also a superb bird watching destination, with over 300 avian species recorded – at least nine of them found nowhere else on earth.
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