Bird Watching

Black Faced Waxbills on mossTh

The wet season is over, as high temperatures characteristic of Ukambani sets in so does nature adjust. Dry season means lack of water for inhabitants and long treks to find it. But for our feathered friends a little ingenuity kicks in – suck moss growing on watertanks in homesteads.

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  1. The kilome country appears WOW!1-are you promoting it. Kioko mimi niko bwana. If you have any mammal ideas that you need pursued count on me for discussion. Some of your ideas are rather controversial but i must say being different is what can save the world-or what can get anyone to the next level.

    Let me ask you

    What is the best way to teach youth about environment in a manner that they come to appreciate it like you do.

    • make them enjoy it. picnic for age mates in those environs makes it worthwhile!

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