Monthly Archives: April 2008

RSG gives £ 4,470 for primates conservation

The ongoing study of the rare primate of Samburu recently received a major boost when Rufford Small Grants for Nature Conservation awarded the project a grant of £ 4,470 for ongoing study on; The distribution and conservation status of the endangered Mt Uarges guereza and the de Brazza’s and Sykes’ monkey in Mathews range, Leroghi […]

Finally, De Brazza’s monkey are in the Ndotos

Since the 2006 study of the newly discovered population de Brazza’s monkey in Mathews range, I received credible reports that de Brazza’s are are found in Ndotos. But just like with the initial reports of de Brazza’s in Mathews range, most people were skeptical and some did not hide their indignation with me for always […]

Rare photo with the Rare President

I am currently attending a one week Social marketing workshop for conservationist at college of African Wildlife Management, Mweka in Tanzania. The theme of the workshop which is facilitated by Rare is to “Introduce participants drawn from across Africa to one approach in building constituencies for conservation – Social marketing”. This approach is the Rare’s […]