Ruma National Park

Ruma National Park was established mainly to protect the Roan antelope, common only to this park. The soils are largely black cotton clay. The surrounding area is settled, with a mix of small scale cultivation and grassy pasture land. The wildlife found in this park include: Roan antelope which is not found anywhere else in Kenya, Oribi, mountain reedbuck, monkey, savannah grassland and woodland with extensive acacia thickets and more than 400 recorded species of birds.

Region: Western