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Help us effectively respond to poisoning events 

On November 12th where 31 Critically Endangered Vultures and 7 Endangered Steppe Eagles died. Read our blog to understand the underlying cause, the details of the response and the lessons learned. It's important to reflect and work out what can be improved upon before the next event in order to be able to save more birds. 

For this we also need to replace our poisoning response kits and veterinary medicines. If you care for the plight of raptors and have the means to support us, please consider making a donation so we can again effectively respond to another poisoning event.

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Donate by Mpesa

Select Paybill#  4041103

Account# Poison response

Donate from the USA 

Use our fiscal sponsor Empowers Africa and choose "Conservation Programs".

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For other methods of donating please contact us directly and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Support our Programmes


Raptor centres

The Kenya Bird of Prey Trust operates two Raptor Centres in Kenya that are well placed to respond to injured birds of prey in need of care. Some birds with more serious injuries can never be released and become permanent residents at our centers. These individuals become conservation ambassadors for their species and in the future, we hope that they can contribute to captive breeding programs.


Mara raptor project

The Mara Raptor Project is the Kenya Bird of Prey Trust’s flagship conservation initiative based in the world famous Maasai Mara region of Kenya. This project is run in partnership with the Peregrine Fund, the University of Kentucky and Wageningen University and Research and is the umbrella under which these organizations carry out much of their bird of prey work in the region.


Conservation programmes

The Kenya Bird of Prey Trust engages in diverse raptor conservation programs, some of which require immediate resources that can meet needs as they arise. When you donate to our conservation programs you provide the Kenya Bird of Prey Trust with unrestricted funding that can go to where we believe it is needed most, as fast as possible.

Donations via M-PESA

Donations can be made via M-PESA:    

Select Paybill#  4041103

Account# your name

Enter the amount you wish to donate

Enter PIN and Confirm your donation


US Tax donations via fiscal sponsor

Kenya Bird of Prey Trust has partnered with Empowers Africa in order to provide a cost-effective solution to fundraising in the United States by acting as their fiscal sponsor. Any donations made here will be granted to Kenya Bird of Prey Trust.



For other methods of donating please contact us directly and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

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Thank you for your support!