Monthly Archives: May 2010

Primates Guardian Diary

I have just returned from an expedition of the Wamba Valley on Mt Uarges the highest peak of Mathews ranges. This is one of several expeditions we undertake to monitor population of de Brazza’s monkey and the Endangered Mt Uarges guereza in the extensive Mathews ranges. Accompanied by an experienced forest guide, we started our […]

Meet Sarah the saviour of the baboon

[kml_flashembed movie=”http://www.youtube.com/v/UyZ0wHMI204″ width=”425″ height=”350″ wmode=”transparent” /] In my conservation work, I meet very amazing people. People whose sacrifices and heroic actions never get noticed, let alone being recognized yet they sacrifice so much to save animals in distress. I want to share with you the story of Sarah and Kalito. This is an extra ordinary […]

‘Mikiranyie Nkoroin’

In early May, 2010 I headed to Samburu to lead some primates’ conservation activities. With the help of team from Samburu, we carried out an intensive awareness campaign in Wamba by conducting an elder’s workshop representing the entire district and awareness outreach in two secondary Schools. The workshop was facilitated by two highly qualified natural […]

A Pleasant Surprise

As we embark on the most important phase of the Samburu Primates Research and Conservation Project – communicating findings of four years of groundbreaking research in rare and endangered primates to the local stakeholders in Samburu, I would like to share with you some of the exciting information that we will be communicating and interpreting […]