Some photos take during the Conservation Forum of October. It was held on this Thursday at RDB headquarter. This forum is monthly, organised by RDB in partnership with ACNR and other partners in nature conservation. The october forum was attended by 20 participants from different institutions. ... See MoreSee Less
Three presentations for the Conservation Forum this Thursday 29.10.2015, 16:00 at RDB:
1. Impact of power line on bird species, by Josine TUYISHIME, Graduate from University of Dar es salaam College of Natural and Applied Sciences (CONAS), Department of Zoology and Wildife Conservation.
2. The effect of parasites on Albizia species by Mr. Robert MUNYAMPUNDU, Graduate from University of Dar es salaam College of Natural and Applied Sciences (CONAS), Department of Zoology and Wildlife Conservation.
3. The influence of stream flow variations on functional feeding groups of macro invertebrate communities. by Ms Kamu UWINEZA Oliver, Graduate from University of Dar es salaam, College of Natural and Applied Sciences Department of Aquatic Sciences and Fisheries.
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You see, vultures are in drastic decline in Africa and it is high-time the world fully-appreciated the severity of this problem for not only the birds themselves, but the health of the people of the continent (and their livelihoods - given the economic value of carcass removal by vultures).
"Africans, who derive direct benefits from having their vultures in their skies, must take the lead in mitigating threats to African vultures,” ... See MoreSee Less
ACNR encourages children under 16 years to love nature and birds. On Saturday the 3rd October ACNR brought Students at Akagera National Park for Birdwatching. Thanks to Spring Alive Project Funded by Mitsubishi Corporation Fund for Europe and Africa ... See MoreSee Less