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.

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

TRAVELIFE ENHANCING SUSTAINABILITY IN TOURISM AND TRAVEL

Twiga Tours Becomes the First Tour Operator in East Africa to…
November 16, 2018/by Abraham Njenga

RHINO HORNS BACK ON THE MENU IN CHINA- BAN HAS BEEN LIFTED

China has lifted a quarter-century ban in the trade in Rhino…
November 1, 2018/by Abraham Njenga

THE LOSS OF A SPECIES NORTHERN WHITE RHINO DILEMMA

 

The first time the full impact of the reality of the…
October 31, 2018/by Abraham Njenga

RESCUING OWLS IN A SOCIETY THAT VIEWS THEM AS A BAD OMEN

 
Saving owls in a country that believe them to be harbingers…
October 30, 2018/by Abraham Njenga

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 recognizes and celebrates outstanding contributions to ecotourism practice in Kenya. Read more

Runners-up in Best Environmental Blog. BAKE Awards has recognized and awarded exceptional Kenyan bloggers in different categories every year.

Unelker Maoga, Abraham Njenga and Anthony Ochieng represented Kenya at At WWF Africa Youth Awards, 2018. Read more

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