Monthly Archives: November 2009

The Inhumane way

Gabriel: What do you think of this elephant? It’s such a disturbing image. But it happens, and its done by people. Just like what happened to this elephant, thousands of innocent and voiceless wild creatures are subjected to all sorts of inhumane treatment everyday. We need to change our negative perceptions towards wildlife conservation through learning and actions. The Mobile Conservation Education Unit welcomes you […]

Hey RSPB! The Babbler Thanks you for this

Gabriel: The Wildlife Clubs of Kenya had earlier own requested for a material support from the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB). Last month the RSPB donated 4 pairs of binoculars. Through the RSPB International Environment Education manager Barrie Cooper we (WCK) send our sincere gratitudes for this kind donation . The binoculars would […]

Help restore Kavonge-Museve forest in Kitui

By moses: The forest is in Kitui Central district and is of great economic importance to the residents of this arid district. The vegetation cover of the forest is changing at an alarming rate due human activities. Kavonge is the only main water tower in the larger Kitui District. It is also a source of tributaries feeding into Ntheeu and Kalundu river […]