Sabaki River Estuary Youth Group
The Sabaki River Estuary Youth Group is the local Site Support Group (SSG) working with Nature Kenya for the conservation of the Sabaki estuary.
This estuary consisting of intertidal mud, sand flats, salt marshes, dunes, seasonal and permanent freshwater pools, mangroves and scrub is a site well known for globally important birds such as the Malindi Pipit, the Madagascar Pratincole and the Zanzibar Red Bishop.
It is also visited by thousands of migrant waders and resident water birds including flamingos.
Current Nature Kenya’s activities at the Sabaki estuary include:
With the help of Nature Kenya, the Sabaki River Mouth Youth Group is involved in the following activities within the site: