Earlier this year, I attended a conference in Nairobi. Those tickets had been acquired through a great hustle and so I was determined to maximize my experience. The main motivation had been to meet one of my role models (back then). I had met her earlier, during my bird watching escapades, and had waited for... Continue Reading →
#Animal #AnimalProtection #AnimalRights #CutenessOverload A few days ago, Gogo and her cat had a fight. So her cat, which she conveniently named “Boos” (instead of “puss”), came over to crush on our couch. I think Boos pooped somewhere she was not supposed to and she was threatened... and scolded. The depressed cat curled up on... Continue Reading →
#WorldEnvironmentalDay #IamYouthWithNature #ConnectingPeopleWithNature First day at home. My alarm goes off at 5:00A.M. With closed eyes I reach out for the buzzing phone under the pillow. I slide my fingers on the screen and turn it off... Today, I’m not going anywhere. I just need to be alerted that it is already morning. It is... Continue Reading →
I mentioned grandpa on the very first l article I posted here. He was among the key people to inspire my interests in nature conservation. He was once a park ranger but ended up tending to tree nurseries after retirement. It was impossible to maintain a frown around him. When we were very young, he... Continue Reading →
She stretches her legs and by this time, the cameras are applauding her poses. Like a Victoria's Secret model, she graciously faces towards the sky, shuts her eyes and then... Poops!
Pictures speak a million words. Every visit at Mpala leaves me yearning for more. We are here for a short course on Savannah Ecology, but the best part is that we get to travel around. Also here with us is Wangechi Kiongo, who I'm pretty sure will be having more insights to share. There are... Continue Reading →
A very resourceful friend,Vicki Wangui reminded me that today is World Wildlife Day. Thanks Koi! #ListenToTheYoungVoices #WorldWildlifeDay I have a confession... My religion will not condone. My friends will reject me. Ruth will donate both her kidneys and her ears . Serah Ann will slap her baby senseless! My family will send away all our... Continue Reading →
From your left to the right : myself(Cera Moon), Wangechi Kiongo,Jecinta Wewa, Esther Wachira and Dominic Mugambi together with pupils from Kiamucheru Primary School, Karatina "You can take the monkey from the bush but you cannot take the bush out of the monkey" . This adage vividly describes the impact of a person's... Continue Reading →