Monthly Archives: November 2010

Ngulia migrant ringing project starts off well in Tsavo West National Park

It’s that time of the year again – New Moon in November / December during the short rains. It’s this time of the year that birds are pouring out of Asia and Europe to escape the cold winter conditions and into Africa to look for warmer and more friendly weather and food supplies. Every year […]

Tana River Delta under increasing pressure from ‘green wash’ biofuel developments

It seems we’re being hammered on all sides here on the north coast of Kenya in terms of unique and precious biodiversity being threatened with destruction in the name of ‘green’ and ‘eco-friendly’ developments. As in the Dakatcha Woodlands, the highly misleadingly named ‘green fuel of Africa’, Jatropha curcas is being proposed for vast plantations […]