It’s Rhino’s World Day!

World Rhino Day is marked on 22nd of September. We get to celebrate this wonderful species as well as recognize it’s importance in the ecosystem. We lost Sudan early this year and his death promoted awareness around rhinos. More people got to understand some facts about them. From their conservation status to survival rates. More Continue…

Extinction means forever

“Humanity can no longer stand by in silence while our wildlife are being used, abused and exploited. It is time we all stand together, to be the voice of the voiceless before it’s too late. Extinction means forever.” Paul Oxton Climate change, global warming, extinction of species, among others have been in our news for Continue…

Kenya is one of a kind

Kenya is one of a kind. Unique in many ways and a home to a wide range of amazing people. If you haven’t visited Kenya yet, it should be your next destination. Kenya is a country found within Africa. In fact most people think of Kenya when Africa comes to their mind or conversations. Among Continue…

Oysters

Oysters are salt-water bivalve mollusks found in oceans/sea/brackish habitats. They belong to the ostreoidea family. They can be consumed raw or cooked by humans. And some of them have pearl that is harvested to make decorative objects. Types of Oysters 1. True Oysters Comprises of the edible oysters. Examples include belon oyster, Olympia oyster, pacific Continue…

Sea Urchins

Sea urchins are marine creatures. They are echinoderms and belong to the class of Echinoidea. And can be found in the floor of oceans. They prefer areas with coral reef for safety measures. Sea urchin have more than 100 known species. Which are different in sizes, color and shapes. But mainly in round to oval Continue…

Passion Is Everything

Passion is everything. It can help you understand something very well more than someone who had to under education program. The sun was very hot, very normal for people living in Mombasa. As we made our way to the beach, it was already full despite being a week day. People are quickly appreciating importance of Continue…

Flagship species

Flagship species is whereby a species is selected to act as an ambassador for a particular reason. Such as habitat, campaign, environmental reasons, among others. It act as a representation of the reason behind its selection. It is also refer to choosing of species to raise support for biodiversity conservation. Most of the species selected Continue…

Letter to all FAKE Conservationists

This must be  one of my saddest letter. Why would you pretend to fight for wildlife? Why would you take innocent citizens for granted? Misusing their donations in destroying the same wildlife they think they are conserving. Using conservation agenda to meet your evil hidden goals. Hiding behind big  organizations perceived to conserve nature. Coming up Continue…

Humpback Whale Migration

Humpback whale are one of the baleen whale species. They are toothless whales. They have baleen hence their name. They consume their meal whole. One of the technique they use to hunt food is known as bubble net. The baleen helps them to separate their prey from water. Humpback whales are found in all oceans Continue…

The Great Wildebeest Migration

It is believed to be one of the Seven New wonders of the World. Mainly involves two countries, Kenya and Tanzania. The migration is primarily driven by the search of fresh pasture and water. And has been there for many years now. For you to enjoy this migration, you have to be conversant with the Continue…