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AWF Celebrates World Migratory Bird Day

Celebration of World Migratory Bird Day held at Jacaranda Hotel at Lake Elementaita, Nakuru County

Back in May—on the 11th to be precise—I participated in the World Migratory Day celebration on behalf of AWF. Although it’s been some time, I felt I wanted to share all the excitement and activity surrounding this day.

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Amongst the Mountain Gorillas

Amongst the Mountain Gorillas Video by Matt Raimondo

From Kenya's savannah grasslands to the land of a million hills in Uganda, our bus rattles along rough roads taking us to our first destination – Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. We are high in the mountains and though our journey is just beginning, I've arrived at what is to be one of the highlights of my trip.

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United States Pledges $10 Million to Combat Wildlife Trafficking in Africa

United States government pledges $10 million to end wildlife trafficking in Africa.

During U.S. President Barack Obama's visit to Tanzania, and subsequent press conference, on Monday, he dropped the big announcement that the United States government would be putting efforts, and $10 million, toward combating wildlife trafficking and poaching.

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Rhinos at Hluhluwe iMfolozi Park, South Africa

A ranger monitors activity atop a hill at Hluhluwe iMfolozi Park in South Africa. Photo by: Billy Dodson

The rugged hills of Hluhluwe iMfolozi Park, located in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa are golden and bright during the winter months, and the short, dry grass sways to the rhythm of a near constant breeze. 

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For the Love of Coffee: Kenyan Fair Trade Coffee

  • 06/25/13
  • Leslie Funk

Photo of Lake Nakuru, located in the rift valley of Kenya. Photo by: Leslie Funk

It seems like we had been traveling for days on bumpy roads, so it was a relief to be on the smooth, paved road from Nairobi toward Nakuru and the Great Rift Valley. We passed many sights; small villages selling fruit and other products and fields of arrowroot, tea and Eucalyptus crops.Then we came upon green fields along the sides of the road that caught my eye… coffee.

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