Mbagathi River

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The Mbagathi River is a river in Kenya. It is a tributary of the Athi River.[1] It forms the southern boundary of Nairobi National Park.[2] Herds of animals cross the river when migrating.[3] A number of small dams have been built along the river.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Walling, D.E., Probst, Jean-Luc, 1997, Human Impact on Erosion and Sedimentation, IAHS, ISBN 1-901502-30-9HS, page 146.
  2. ^ Prins, Herbert H. T., Grootenhuis, Jan Geu, and Dolan, Thomas T., 2000, Wildlife Conservation by Sustainable Use, Springer, ISBN 0-412-79730-5, page 143.
  3. ^ Trillo, Richard, 2002, The Rough Guide to Kenya, Rough Guides, ISBN 1-85828-859-2, page 158.
  4. ^ Hodd, Michael, 2002, East Africa Handbook: The Travel Guide, Footprint Travel Guides, ISBN 1-900949-65-2, page 115.