The name was coined by the big hunters in the past centuries for the difficulty they faced while hunting them. They involved high risk of danger. The big five includes the lion, leopard, both black and white rhino, elephant and… Read More »THE “BIG FIVE”: Key African Wildlife Species found in Kenya
“It is easier to build strong children than repair broken men.” Fredrick Douglass It is true that we learn and stick to the teachings most done while we were still young. When we are still young, nothing seems to block… Read More »Youngsters Contribution Towards Wildlife Conservation.
There’s hope for the northern white rhino. This is after a southern white rhino named Victoria was conceived via artificial insemination. This is great news to all of us. Especially after we all sadly admitted that we failed Sudan (The… Read More »There’s Hope For The Northern White Rhino
Calls for nature conservation have been dominating our news and conversations lately. And you maybe asking yourself, how do I become useful? This is a good start and in the next five minutes, you will be good to go. What… Read More »How do I contribute towards Nature Conservation?
Nakuru is the capital city of Nakuru County. It’s one of the largest cities in Kenya. It was once named the cleanest town in Africa. Sadly, that was taken away by increased population and urbanization. Climate-wise, Nakuru experiences a climate… Read More »Let’s Explore Nakuru Town, Kenya
Wildlife conservation awareness is not well known in Kenya despite the country having most of its wildlife living within the community. Most of the local communities see wildlife as a source of income (having opportunities to sell their merchandise to… Read More »Human-Wildlife Conflict in Kenya
Political will is the firm intention or commitment on the part of a government to carry through a policy, especially one which is not immediately successful or popular. It is the motive force that promotes political action. A collection of… Read More »Political Will Is A Vital Tool In Conservation