A Unique and Fun World Migratory Bird Day Celebration

A Unique and Fun World Migratory Bird Day Celebration

How did you celebrate World Migratory Bird Day? How many bird species did you manage to spot? What are some of the unique and fun activities did you engage in? Did you notice any patterns or odd stuff from the birds you interacted with? Birdwatching Birdwatching is one of the fun activities while interacting with … Read more

Drought continues in the Kenyan Arid and Semi-arid Areas

Drought continues in the Kenyan Arid and Semi-arid Areas

Some areas continue to suffer drought, with many rivers drying up. This has led to a shortage of water and given trouble to anything that depends on it. Which we know, is almost everything. If trees were to be planted in these areas, with no after-planting plans. Almost if not all seedlings will die. But … Read more

GUEST POST: EQUITY BANK ON COURSE TO GREENING TURKANA COUNTY

GUEST POST: EQUITY BANK ON COURSE TO GREENING TURKANA COUNTY

Turkana County is a semi-arid place that is hot and dry almost throughout the year with temperatures going up as high as 40 degrees. The drought and high temperatures have made it difficult to sustain forest cover in the region. Even so, Equity Bank has made significant steps in helping with environmental diversification through its … Read more

Breathing clean air is quickly becoming a luxury

Breathing clean air is quickly becoming a luxury

Yesterday was the international day of clean air for blue skies. Where we got reminded how breathing clean air is quickly becoming a luxury. The day was filled with events, activities, webinars among others. Where different groups preached how they doing their best to make our atmosphere safe. From all the talk, you could wonder … Read more

Nairobi City County Plastic Control (Amendment) Bill, 2021

Nairobi City County Plastic Control (Amendment) Bill, 2021

It a proposed Bill in the Nairobi County Assembly banning food and food products wrapped in plastic bags If this bill is passed, Nairobi occupants risk a fine of Sh4 million fine or face a four-year jail term or both if found with the single used utensils used for food and food products takeaways. This … Read more

Guest post: African Lion Safari

Guest post: African Lion Safari

If you’re reading this and thinking about how you can support the African Lion on your next trip to Africa, then you have come to the right place. Traveling to Africa and going on safari is a dream of many people, but only a few get to experience wild animals in their natural habitat. The … Read more

Have you ever thought about what may happen when Tourism is given an Upper hand, instead of Wildlife Welfare?

Have you ever thought about what may happen when Tourism is given an Upper hand, instead of Wildlife Welfare?

Have you ever thought about what may happen when Tourism is given an Upper hand, instead of Wildlife Welfare? Where does wildlife welfare comes in, when we are busy making tourism palatable and desirable to our target market? Aren’t we supposed to put wildlife first? Do we really care about wildlife welfare? Would you say … Read more

Trip to Maralal

Trip to Maralal

Finally, I successfully had a complete journey to Maralal after several failed attempts. That loved to occur at the very last minute. Have you ever planned a trip to a particular place, only to cancel it or it gets canceled severally at the last minute? That pain is not fun. Volunteering This one was a … Read more

Flamingoes in a Sewage Plant and the traveling lake

Flamingos in a Sewage Plant and the traveling lake

As I took a walk to see how far the lake had managed to swallow the dry land, I was lucky to meet a ting flamboyance of flamingoes in a sewage plant. They were so unbothered by our presence, allowing us sufficient time to take photos as well enjoy the beautiful view. Some of the … Read more

I Love the Awakening Love for Wildlife by Kenyans (Nairobi National Park)

I Love the Awakening Love for Wildlife by Kenyans (Nairobi National Park)

I Love the Awakening Love for Wildlife by Kenyans. It’s refreshing, promising, and encouraging. Finally, we as conservationists can appreciate the strong support from the public. Its no longer conservationists’ role to fight for wildlife and the environment. The “Confusing” photo of construction inside Nairobi National park So we work up a photo that suggested … Read more