Nyadungu Recreation Centre- Learn about conservation efforts



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The Nyadungu Recreation Centre (NRC) is a 120-hectare urban wetland ecotourism park located in Kigali, Rwanda. The park is home to a variety of plant and animal life, including over 200 species of birds, 20 species of mammals, and 10 species of reptiles.

The NRC is an important conservation area, and the park’s management is committed to protecting its natural resources. The NRC has implemented a number of conservation measures, including:

  • Wetland restoration: The NRC has restored over 50 hectares of wetlands, which provide habitat for a variety of plant and animal life.
  • Reforestation: The NRC has planted over 10,000 trees, which help to improve air quality, reduce soil erosion, and provide habitat for wildlife.
  • Wildlife protection: The NRC has implemented a number of measures to protect wildlife, including anti-poaching patrols and habitat management.
  • Environmental education: The NRC offers a variety of environmental education programs to students and the public. These programs help to raise awareness about the importance of conservation and the NRC’s role in protecting the environment.

The NRC’s conservation efforts have been successful in protecting the park’s natural resources and promoting biodiversity. The park is now home to a thriving population of plants and animals, and it is a popular destination for tourists and locals alike.


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