Media as a tool in Conservation

Media as a tool in Conservation Media as a tool in Conservation. It’s a very important and effective means of educating communities about conservation education and awareness. But that is not being fully utilized. Lets explore how media addresses conservation in Kenya Kenya is yet to do a good job in the world of conservation. Continue…

The Painted Wolf aka African Wild dogs

The Painted Wolf aka African Wild dogs The painted wolf is also known as African wild dogs. They are one of the most amazing canines in the wild. Unlike the dogs at home, they don’t do so well under captivity conditions. African Wild Dog They have been given a number of names, i.e painted hunting Continue…

Pangolins are about to be Extinct in the Near Future

The Vulnerable Pangolins are about to be Extinct in the Near Future The vulnerable pangolins are about to be extinct in the near future. They are quickly exiting our planet. And we are the ones pushing them away. Pangolins It’s the only mammal covered by a large protective keratin scales. They are nocturnal mammals that Continue…

Is it out of Necessity or Greed?

Is it out of Necessity or Greed? Is it out of Necessity or Greed? Whatever you do no matter how small or big it may appear. How important or what value it may have on you. What drives your motivation? When Government acts after the public takes laws into their hands (Necessity or Greed) Why Continue…

Let’s Go to the Kingwal Swamp

Let’s Go to the Kingwal Swamp Let’s go to the Kingwal Swamp. I have been thinking about it for some time and I think it’s time I seriously squeeze it into my next adventures. Stay tuned, I will share how it will unfold. For now, let us get to know a little about this swamp. Continue…

Did you know that Lions are disappearing?

Did you know that Lions are disappearing? Did you know that lions are disappearing? Their populations are rapidly decreasing around the world. And the rate at which they are declining, is alarming. Shocking Facts In 21 years it’s population decreased by 43%. Regionally, lions have gone extinct in 15 African countries. In 1996 the IUCN Continue…

Do you believe in Scientists?

Do you believe in Scientists? Do you believe in Scientists? Or you see them as different people who scare us with possibilities? Some time back some people thought scientist was against religion and hence distanced themselves from them. They saw them as obstacles to believing in the higher believe. But instead, they help us understand Continue…

Do you have butterflies in your stomach?

Do you have butterflies in your stomach? Do you have butterflies in your stomach? You will have a reason to have them after reading this. Butterfly Butterflies are amazing insects that have four stages in their life cycle. That is, egg – larvae – pupa – butterfly. The larvae which is also known as caterpillar, Continue…

Nature and Wildlife should be part of our education

Nature and Wildlife should be part of our education system Nature and Wildlife should be part of our education system . It should be taught at schools just like the other basic subjects. So as to help kids appreciate and understand more about them from the beginning. Giving Nature a Voice It’s a programme in Continue…

Jim Nyamu : The Man Who literally Walks for Elephants

Jim Nyamu : The Man Who literally Walks for Elephants Jim Nyamu, this thehe man who literally walks for elephants. He has travelled hundreds of miles and crossed several borders on foot for the sake of the elephants. Who is Jim Nyamu? His full names being Jim Justus Nyamu. He is a wildlife conservationist based Continue…