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NWP Global Registry of Apprentice Ecologists - Molo Kenya, Nakuru County, Kenya

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Molo Kenya, Nakuru County, Kenya
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Hezbone



Registered: March 2014
City/Town/Province: Kisumu
Posts: 2
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Our project was on a Sunday evening in Molo Kenya, Nakuru County. This was a wonderful moment for the local community to study that they have a good environment that contains many different birds species in the area. We had a team of 30 volunteers, fifteen from different regions in Kenya while the other fifteen from UK, and our core mission that evening was to educate the locals more on nature conservation and relaxation on a good environment with a picnic. We told the locals that their environment needs dedication, protection, and care. The beautiful birds we saw (more than 120 species) were seen within 30 minutes. We also encouraged them to promote tourism in the area, and that this will help in promoting the post-2015 agenda in our country.
Date: October 27, 2015 Views: 4446 File size: 17.9kb, 646.5kb : 1024 x 683
Hours Volunteered: 35
Volunteers: 30
Authors Age & Age Range of Volunteers: 28 to 23
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