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Dominic Kimani and FOKP: Quarterly Report January- April 2012

Quarterly Report January- April 2012 By Dominic Kimani National Museums of Kenya, Zoology Department and Friends of Kinangop Plateau (FOKP) dkk4.kimani@gmail.com www.talking-naturally.co.uk To David Fox, Luca Borghesio Dr. Muchane Muchai and Charlie Moores.     Introduction Welcome to the quarterly […]

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Kinangop: Dominic Kimani – Quarterly report (September – November 2011)

One of the most rewarding conservation initiatives I’ve been involved with in recent years is supporting the efforts of members of the Friends of Kinangop Plateau to halt

Friends of Kinangop Plateau Update: Dec 2011

One of the most rewarding conservation initiatives I’ve been involved with in recent years is supporting the efforts of members of the Friends of Kinangop Plateau to halt

Dominic Kimani: Annual Report (Sharpe’s Longclaw and education in Kinanagop)


Breeding-plumaged Sharpe's Longclaw Macronyx sharpei. Kinangop, February 2009. Photo copyright Charlie Moores

 


Non-breeding Sharpe's Longclaw Macronyx sharpei. Kinangop, June 2008. Photo copyright Charlie Moores

 

In June 2008 I

2nd Quarterly Report on teaching conservation in Kinangop

One of the most rewarding conservation initiatives I’ve been involved with in recent years is supporting the efforts of friends, colleagues, and members of the Friends of Kinangop

Njabini Wool-spinning Workshop: August 2010 Update

As regular readers will know I have been supporting a fantastic project on Kenya's Kinangop Plateau which aims to help the Endangered Sharpe's Longclaw by persuading landowners to

A visit to the Kinangop Plateau

Report of a visit to the Kinangop Plateau
by David Fox

 

My wife, Imogen, and I, our 12-year-old daughter, Isabel, my mother, Caroline, and our friend, Luca Borghesio, were

Njabini Woolshop: how good are these!

The wonderful Janice G Knausenberger - who has been teaching the equally wonderful weavers at the Friends of Kinangop Plateau's Najbini Woolshop how to - er, weave,

Kinangop – Dominic Kimani: Year End Report 2008 – 2009

Summary of Small African Fellowship in Kenya. (Kinangop)
September 2008 - September 2009.

 

The goal of the project

Emphasize and explain the conservation importance of Sharpe’s Longclaw

A short visit to Kinangop: Thinking on my feet Part Two

[From Part One: "We don’t see the Longclaws but Dominic says that they’re here somewhere. They apparently feed on the short grazed grass where insects are easy to

  

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