Located at the heart of the Eastern Sahel, Radom is marked by mountainous landscape and high plateaus traversed by abundant watershed feeding the rivers, principal streams, oxbow lakes and permanent pools. The landscapes hold four deep trenches and stretches of tropical grasslands, woodlands and savannas, rangelands and agricultural lands. The mix of plants consists of Darout, desert palm, sycomore, tamarind, chew-stick, doka as thatching grass, Rhodes grass and tufted grass. The biosphere is a safe haven for elephant, giraffe, bushbuck, spotted hyena, striped hyena, baboon, warthog, patas monkey, green monkey and ratel. It is a refuge for tufted Guinea fowl, saddle-billed stork, Abyssinian ground hornbill, secretary bird, bustard, marabou stork and crowned crane.