Entries by Abraham Njenga

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ANN TUMPESIA SETTING THE PACE FOR FEMALE SAFARI GUIDES

WINNER MAA AWARDS FEMALE TOUR GUIDE OF THE YEAR 2019 Tour guiding is a male-dominated career here in Africa but there’s one lady who is setting the pace, gone are the days for stereotyping careers she says and just do what you love, nothing you do will be good enough for everyone so just do […]

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OCTOBER 17 2020 BIG DAY FOR BIRDS AND BIRDERS! BIGGER THAN EVER

Mark your calendars for October Big Day—17 October 2020! Big Days are a 24 hour opportunity to celebrate the birds both near you and around the world. In addition, this year’s October Big Day 2020 is happening during the first Global Bird Weekend. The goal of Global Bird Weekend is to make October 17-18 the biggest ever birding […]

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CHANGE MAKER WITH A ZEAL FOR CONSERVATION PETER MOLL

Whenever theres a Youth forum in active conservation there are some few names that will eventually pop up, Peter Moll is definately top on the list. We met way back in 2014 during one these forums and up to date Peter is still pushing on wildlife advocay. If youre looking for an inspirational wildlife worriors […]

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CLICKS FOR BETTER PICS – IT’S ALL ABOUT WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY – By GARETH JONES

I do not pretend to know everything about taking good wildlife photos, but over a period of half a century hopefully, some hard lessons have been learned. Basically, it was my father who started me on photography in the mid-1960s in South Africa. He gave me an old camera with no film in it and […]

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A WILDLIFE WARRIORS STORY INTO CONSERVATION

Amidst the COVID19 pandemic and restrictions, with great precaution by observing health safety measures, there are great opportunities to be happy and appreciate the beauty of nature which has always been my best way to spend my free time. I am a nature enthusiast and today I would like to share with you what inspired […]

NATURE INTERPRETATION AND BEYOND WITH ZAREK COCKAR

The COVID_19 pandemic has greatly affected the tourism industly majority of practitioners switching to other ventures to sustain their families, Zarek a gold rated proffesional guide has taken this period to share his skills and knowledge with aspiring and practising guides, with  Level 2” qualification with the Field Guides Association of Southern Africa (FGASA), and […]

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Impact of Corona Virus Pandemic (COVID-19) On Community Conservation.

Impact of Corona Virus Pandemic (COVID-19) On Community Conservation. Case study: Ol Pejeta Conservancy. The impact of coronavirus (COVID-19), which has been characterized as a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO), is being felt across the world and conservation projects are no different. The way a pandemic works is much like natural catastrophes. Its […]

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Grass is greener at other people’s feet because they watered it

Grass is greener at other people’s feet because they watered it. You need not let your environment control you; you have what it takes to make it look beautiful! If the grass is greener on the other side of the fence, chances are it’s getting better care. Did you know that there are about 10,000 species of grass species in the […]

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Hell’s Gate needs tender loving care – not Love Festival

SCARING AWAY WILDLIFE Hell’s Gate needs tender loving care – not Love Festival, DR. Paula Kahumbu Motor vehicles, especially travelling at speed, are inherently dangerous to wildlife. In Summary Several species of vulture and other birds of prey that used to be common in the Park now no longer breed there. Already there are reports […]

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GYBN Kenya Lake Nakuru Clean Up and Tree Growing

The Global Youth Biodiversity Network (GYBN) is an international network of youth organizations and individuals from across the world whose common goal is to prevent the loss of biodiversity. GYBN aims to represent the voice of global youth in the negotiations under the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity (UN CBD), raise awareness among young […]