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bird spotting

There is an abundance of beautiful Bird life at The Trout Tree Restaurant. 

They come in all colours, shapes and sizes.

Here's a selection of photos by Elsen Karstad and Alisa Karstad.

For more beautiful photos, please follow them on Instagram.

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We Rescue, Rehabilitate and Return To The Wild

Raptor Rehabilitation Trust Kenya, was formed to: Rehabilitate injured raptors, raise orphaned birds of prey, and increase public awareness about the importance of raptors and conservation of birds of prey.

We are an all volunteer group dedicated to the rehabilitation of sick, injured and orphaned birds of prey. We rely solely on our dedication and commitment to these birds and the generosity of our supporters.

Both Raptor Rehabilitation Trust and Raptor Rescue Kenya, the Trusts’ dedicated team of volunteers who operate across the country are completely donor funded and are officially recognized and licenced by Kenya Wildlife Service.


  • To rehabilitate, raise and release birds of prey back into the wild.

  • To educate the public about raptors and their importance in our environment.

  • To educate the public on the harmful use of pesticides and poisons on birds of prey and the future of these birds.

  • Raise the public profile of raptors through increasing scientific knowledge

  • Identifying and assisting in the conservation of areas of critical importance within and outside protected areas.

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Emergency hotline:
+254 721 969 640 / +254 0723 829 529

24-hour rescue service countrywide

We rescue, rehabilitate and return to the wild

Licensed by Kenya Wildlife Service

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