Leopard : Fast and beautiful

Leopard are  fast felines as they can run up to to 58 km/h. The rosettes (dark spots that  resemble the shape of a rose) on their coats makes them look very beautiful. The rosette patterns are unique to each leopard. Leopards in East Africa tend to have circular rosettes while the ones in Southern Africa Continue…

Are Plants and Animals interdependent?

How are plants and animals interdependent? Everything living in this universe depends on another living counter part. They basically depend on each other primarily for survival. This includes needs such as : Food Protection Shelter Reproduction By depending on each other, they end up building several relationships. These relationships are witnessed at various points in Continue…

What’s next after the ban on logging in Kenya?

What’s next after the ban on logging in Kenya? Ban on logging is still on and loggers have started wondering what’s next for them. They seemed to no longer agree to remain silent about it. Their argument They argue that their contribution as timber production has an effect on our country’s GDP. In short cutting Continue…

Does is It Make Sense?

Does is it make sense to clear the indigenous flora species and replace them with the exotic ones? In most cities, beautification process is including plantation of various flora species. Which is a good progress. Beautification does not have to be confined in monuments, bill boards, cemented path ways, among others. Flora bring a sense Continue…

Who does natural resources belong to?

Who do you think natural resources belong to? Is it the public as stated by constitution in most countries? Or citizens of that particular area/location. Or individuals who think that it does belong to them. From my understanding, natural resources belong to the public. Benefits obtained from them should be used enjoyed by all citizens. Continue…

How do we share the available space in planet Earth

How do we share the available space in planet Earth? Species who have best adaptions seems to have their way. The rule being, survival for the fittest plus a new one, and the greediest too. Human population has been growing at an alarming rate. I guess we are among the top species in reproduction. This Continue…

Why Pets will help shape conservationists of tomorrow

Are you in agreement that pets will help shape conservationists of tomorrow? It may be a Yes or a No. But allow me few minutes we reason together. Pets are increasing fame into our homes. More people are embracing having them in the living space and considering them as part of the family. Unlike the Continue…

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…