Ewaso Ng'iro

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Ewaso Ny'iro is a river in Kenya which rises on the west side of Mount Kenya and flows north then east and finally south-east, passing through Somalia where it joins the Jubba River.wikipedia
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Mount Kenya

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Ewaso Ny'iro is a river in Kenya which rises on the west side of Mount Kenya and flows north then east and finally south-east, passing through Somalia where it joins the Jubba River. The river has a continuous water supply due to the glaciers on Mount Kenya.
Rivers which start on Mount Kenya are the tributaries of two large Kenyan rivers: the Tana and the Ewaso Ng'iro rivers.

Samburu National Reserve

Samburu
Samburu, Shaba and Buffalo Springs National Reserves in Northern Kenya teem with wildlife in an otherwise arid land, because of the water of the river.
The Samburu National Reserve is a game reserve on the banks of the Ewaso Ng'iro river in Kenya.

Shaba National Reserve

Shaba
Samburu, Shaba and Buffalo Springs National Reserves in Northern Kenya teem with wildlife in an otherwise arid land, because of the water of the river.
The Ewaso Ngiro river runs for 34 km along the northern boundary of the reserve.

Buffalo Springs National Reserve

Buffalo Springs
Samburu, Shaba and Buffalo Springs National Reserves in Northern Kenya teem with wildlife in an otherwise arid land, because of the water of the river.
The Buffalo Springs National Reserve is south of the Samburu National Reserve, which lies on the other side of the Ewaso Ngiro river.

Thomson's Falls

Thomson's Falls near Nyahururu town are located along Ewaso Narok.
Thomson's Falls is a 74 m waterfall on the Ewaso Ng'iro river in central Kenya, a few kilometres from Lake Ol Bolossat, which drains from the Aberdare Range.

Lorian Swamp

Below Sericho, the river expands into the Lorian Swamp, a large area of wetlands.
The Lorian Swamp is an area of wetlands on the Ewaso Ngiro river in Wajir South, North Eastern Province, Kenya.

Nyahururu

Nyahururu, Kenya
Thomson's Falls near Nyahururu town are located along Ewaso Narok.
Nyahururu was founded as Thomson's Falls, being named after the 74 m high Thomson's Falls on Ewaso Narok river, a tributary of the Ewaso Nyiro River, which drains from the Aberdare mountain ranges.

Geography of Kenya

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However, the Ewaso Ng'iro is an important river, supplying water from Mt. Kenya to the eastern and north-eastern part of Kenya.

Kenya

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Ewaso Ny'iro is a river in Kenya which rises on the west side of Mount Kenya and flows north then east and finally south-east, passing through Somalia where it joins the Jubba River.

Somalia

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Ewaso Ny'iro is a river in Kenya which rises on the west side of Mount Kenya and flows north then east and finally south-east, passing through Somalia where it joins the Jubba River.

Jubba River

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Ewaso Ny'iro is a river in Kenya which rises on the west side of Mount Kenya and flows north then east and finally south-east, passing through Somalia where it joins the Jubba River.

Glacier

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The river has a continuous water supply due to the glaciers on Mount Kenya.

Samburu County

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It stretches north from the Wuaso Ng'iro River to the south of Lake Turkana.

Isiolo County

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Ewaso Nyiro River flows through the county and partly bounds it.

William A. Chanler

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Departing from Mkunumbi on September 18, 1892 they proceeded inland from the coast, mapping the Guasso Nyiro River, the Lorian Swamp, the Tana River, Lake Rudolph and then Lake Stefanie.

Ludwig von Höhnel

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They proceeded inland from the coast, mapping the north-eastern part of the Mount Kenya massif, the Guasso Nyiro River, the Lorian Swamp, the Tana River, Lake Rudolph and then Lake Stefanie.

Water supply and sanitation in Kenya

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The Athi Drainage system, the Tana Drainage system and the Ewaso Ng'iro North Drainage system all flow towards the Indian Ocean.

Boji Plains nothobranch

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The Boji Plains nothobranch (Nothobranchius bojiensis) is a species of fish (a killifish) in the family Nothobranchiidae, endemic to the drainage of the Ewaso Nyiro in Kenya.

Protected area mosaic

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The NRT Council of Elders agreed in May 2010 to found the Nakuprat – Gotu Community Conservancy beside the Shaba National Reserve and the Ewaso Ng'iro river to promote conflict resolution and conserve nature.

Global storm activity of 2010

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The Ewaso Nyiro River in Kenya burst its banks and flooded a safari park's guest house on the 3rd, killing nine people.

Pardiglanis tarabinii

Pardiglanis
It occurs in the Juba River, probably in the Shebelle River in Somalia and the Lower Tana River, and possibly in the Northern Ewaso Ng'iro in Kenya.