Lake Nakuru continued flooding has led to displacement of hundreds of people from their homes in the neighboring Mwariki village. The Park’s main gate is is almost fully going under water and roads completely cut off in a situation never seen in recent history. The lake is receiving a lot of fresh water which could potentially change its alkalinity and could impact biodiversity. Current availability of fresh water fish populations and lessening of flamingos could explain this. Sources indicate lakes in Rift Valley are flooding because of the impact of climate change.