CITW Kenya – Field Trip to Naivasha Raptor Center

Forty students from the TAFA Community Center recently embarked on a field trip to the Naivasha Raptor Center, where the children were captivated by the stories of rescued birds of prey. They gained a deeper understanding of the challenges faced by these magnificent creatures and the tireless efforts underway to protect them.

Willis, the newly appointed Kenya Birds of Prey Trust Conservation Educator, shared valuable insights about raptor conservation, leaving a lasting impression on the young minds.

Willis gives a talk to the TAFA students on raptor conservation

We are thrilled that Willis will soon begin outreach lessons at TAFA, providing the students with a comprehensive understanding of the issues and solutions surrounding birds of prey. This ongoing education will foster environmental stewardship and encourage coexistence with these incredible creatures.

Young Joseph Lepile meets Yusef, a rescued Rüppell’s vulture

Report and photos Alisa Karstad – Governors’ Camp Collection Impact Manager.

Read Alisa’s original post here.

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