Nature Kenya is a membership organization and derives its strength from the support of members. With your membership support, we will be able to carry out programmes in Environmental Education and Awareness, Advocacy, Monitoring, Community Conservation and Livelihoods across the country. As most of our natural areas are in serious long-term decline you can help stop these trends and avert such a future, before time runs out. By acting today, by joining Nature Kenya, you will be helping people, as we are also affected by the quality of our environment.
Being part of a community for the study and conservation of nature
FREE entry to Nairobi Museum and Museum sites around Kenya,
FREE Kenya Birding magazine – full of fascinating information about our natural world.
FREE access to the extensive Nature Kenya and National Museum research library packed with every book and study on natural history imaginable.
FREE bird walks every week with expert guides to help everyone from the beginner to experienced birder
FREE monthly NatureNet newsletter packed with the latest news (available by email or by post)
FANTASTIC field trips to learn more about nature outside Nairobi
CITIZEN SCIENCE opportunities through Kenya Bird Map, waterbird counts and more
BELONGING to the oldest and most respected nature club in Kenya with other people who, like you, are interested in the natural world around them.
Opportunities to join groups with special interests, including Fish, Insects, Plants, Mammals, Birds, Reptiles and Amphibians, Habitat Restoration, Succulent Plants, Policy and Legislation and Youth. Or volunteer with the Friends of City Park or Friends of Nairobi Arboretum.
Opportunities to access or subscribe to nature journals and magazines, including the Journal of East Afrcan Natural History, World Birdwatch, African Bird Club Bulletin and Scopus (ornithological journal).