Monthly Archives: May 2011

Unproven biofuel projects given clearance in unique wetlands and forest areas

News has just come through that the Provincial Commissioner for Coast has apparently ordered that the jatropha plantation project for the Dakatcha Woodlands that has been fought for over two years (see other blogs on this) should “start on Monday” – since “the MP and the local people want it”… In fact there is a […]

Waders leaving Mida Creek for breeding grounds in Asia

Friday morning saw a somewhat bleary-eyed and hilarious group of A Rocha Kenya staff and volunteers return from another all-nighter on Mida Creek catching and ringing waders – or doing our best to, at least! We’ve been focussing on trying to ring waders (shorebirds) at Mida over the past few months in particular the past […]