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Boni National Reserve
Topi (Picture:Michael Nikolai)
Boni National Reserve is a 1,339sq. km forest reserve. It was created as a sanctuary for elephants.

This national reserve of Kenya derives its name from the Boni hunter tribe who live in that region.

Situated at the northernmost corner of the Kenyan coast, the Boni National Reserve shares its border with the country of Somali.

Buffalo, giraffe, topi, gerenuk, Harvey’s and Ader’s Duikers are also found here. Pelicans and other water birds can be seen near the wet areas along with the prey birds.