Few women dared to venture into the skies in the early 1930s. But Florence Ker Wilson, founder of Wilson Airport, Nairobi, defied all odds.
Dr Richard Leakey relentlessly promoted social and environmental justice, paleoanthropology, and conservation in Kenya.
Michael Werikhe, dedicated his life to the conservation of the rhino. Perhaps, today, our black rhino population owes its existence to campaigns he began.
We celebrate Prof Wangari Maathai for helping keep Kenya green. Because of her, we can enjoy a rich fauna and flora in the country.
For helping to define Kenya as a stronghold of ancient and contemporary African art, Kenya Geographic honours Joseph Murumbi in our Hall of Fame.
Because of his tireless work at rehabilitating big cats in captivity, George Adamson today occupies a place at the Kenya Geographic Hall of Fame.
Select User Type
Enter the e-mail address associated with the account. We'll e-mail a link to reset your password.