See the world through the eyes and thoughts of a dedicated wildlife ranger and
ecologist who strongly believes that we as ordinary citizens need to take lead
and make a stand to protect our unique wildlife heritage, which is a vital link to
our culture,promote ecotourism and celebrate our wildlife warriors.

THE ROLE OF WILDLIFE DISPERSAL CORRIDORS IN WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT

Globally, one of the main biodiversity challenges is the loss of…
February 18, 2019/by Abraham Njenga

LION TRACKING (STALKING LIONS FOR CONSERVATION) OL PEJETA DIARIES

The African lion, an iconic symbol of strength, is one of the…
February 15, 2019/by Abraham Njenga

ANNUAL NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL COMPETITION 2019

Every year, from the 1st of January to the 31st of March AFEW …
February 15, 2019/by Abraham Njenga

Ocean plastic a ‘planetary crisis’ Citizens must change habits

Beach tourism both domestic and international has really picked…
January 14, 2019/by Abraham Njenga

Kenya’s Elephant Man- Wake up call for Kenyans to own wildlife

Jim Justus Nyamu has literally walked across the globe to create…
December 9, 2018/by Abraham Njenga

Common Carnivore Tracks and Scat identification

Field identification of wildlife tracks and Scats is a rangers…
December 9, 2018/by Abraham Njenga

Carcass identification and ageing skills

Rangers come across carcasses in the wild on almost a daily basis.…
December 5, 2018/by Abraham Njenga

Dealing with Wildlife poisoning in Kenya- Scavengers dilemma

Scavenging animals in Kenya are on high alert. What used to be…
December 4, 2018/by Abraham Njenga

DEBUNKING MYTHS ABOUT SPOTTED HYENAS

 
  THE TRUTH ABOUT SPOTTED HYENAS
Hyenas certainly wouldn’t…
November 22, 2018/by Abraham Njenga

Community Engagement in Environmental conservation, Lessons from Rwanda

Meet Edwin Sabuhoro PHD, a Rwandese national and an unsung wildlife…
November 22, 2018/by Abraham Njenga

INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE VS FORMAL EDUCATION IN REGARDS TO CONSERVATION

Indigenous or local knowledge refers to a complete body of knowledge,…
November 19, 2018/by Abraham Njenga

FRIENDS OF NAIROBI NATIONAL PARK (FONNAP-KEEPING VIGILANCE IN THE PARK)

Park rules are intended to ensure that visitors enjoy a superior…
November 19, 2018/by Abraham Njenga

We’ve been nominated to the 2018 Eco-Warrior Awards on Best Blogger/Journalist in Promoting People, Culture and Heritage category. Eco-warrior Award is a Kenyan Tourism Award that recognises and celebrates outstanding contribution to ecotourism practice in Kenya. Read more

BAKE Awards has recognized and awarded exceptional Kenyan bloggers in different categories every year. We were runners up in Best Environmental Blog

 

At WWF Africa Youth Awards, 2018, Kenya has had the privileged to be represented by three nominees; Unelker Maoga, Abraham Njenga and Anthony Ochieng.Read more

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