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Boni and Dodori National Reserves


References
  • Bennun, L.A. and Njoroge, P. 1999. Important Bird Areas in Kenya. Nairobi:Nature Kenya.
  • Githiru, M., Njeri, T., Muthoni, F.K., Yego, R., Muchane, M., P. Giani, 2007. African Wild Dog from Northern Eastern Kenya: Recent records and Conservation Issues. National Museums of Kenya. Nairobi.
  • McGinley, M. 2008. Biological diversity in the Coastal forest of Eastern Africa. Conservation International. Washington, DC.
  • Musina, J.,Ng'weno, F., Mwema, M., Ngala, D., Ngala, M., Baya, A., Mlamba, E.,Mwinami, T.,Chesire, D., Alale, M.,Shizo, A.,Sawii, W., Mohamed, E., Binda, B.,Mohamed ,B., Mohamed, A., Hassan,A., Bett,J.,Tanner, D., Hussein,A., Gordon, C., and Rajan, A.2014. Biodiversity survey in the Boni-Dodori forest system; Kenya. Final report. National Museums of Kenya, Nature Kenya, World Wide Fund for Nature and Zoological Society of London.
  • Mwinami,T., Ochieng,O.T.,Ngala,M., Odour, S., Musila, S., Kimwele, C. and Ng'weno F. 2013. Avifauna survey in Boni-Dodori National Reserves, Adjacent Forests and Community Land, North Coast, Kenya. Report for conservation Leadership program, Birdlife international, Conservation, Flora and Fauna International and Wildlife Conservation Society.


Further resources

Recommended citation
BirdLife International (2022) Important Bird Areas factsheet: Boni and Dodori National Reserves. Downloaded from http://www.birdlife.org on 15/08/2022.