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Conservation Forum January 2016, "Quantification of Air Pollution during the past Heatwave event in UK and in Kigali".
It was held at RDB, 15 people from different institutions attended the Forum.
Don't miss the next conservation Forum the last Thursday of February on 25th Feb 2016
Here are some Photos of the forum
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Don't miss the conservation forum of today the 28th January 2016 ''Quantification of Air Pollution during the past Heatwave event in UK and in Kigali,, we are with Mr Egide Kalisa, Lecturer at University of Rwada. Where? at RDB, when? at 4:pm. Don't come late ... See MoreSee Less

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Did You Know that the population migratory birds is increasing at Lake Rweru?

On 27th, January 2015, the activity of Waterbirds counting in Rwanda carried out at Lake Rweru bordering Rwanda and Burundi in Bugesera District.
What impressed participants is that individuals of White Winged Terns, a migratory water bird species from Europe is dominant at Lake Rweru, where individuals seen are more than 100. Remember that this bird species is listed under African Eurasian Waterbird Agreement and (Convention of Migratory Bird Species) CMS. These migratory bird species need good quality habitat for breeding as well as a network of suitable sites to support their annual journeys.
It is therefore essential for everyone in the society to play a role in the conservation and management of Migratory waterbird population and the habitant on which they depend on.
I take this opportunity to remind you that the activity of waterbird counting will be ended this Friday the 29th January at Rugezi Marsh, in Burera District.
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Did You Know that the population migratory birds is increasing at Lake Rweru?

On 27th, January 2015, the activity of Waterbirds counting in Rwanda carried out at Lake Rweru bordering Rwanda and Burundi in Bugesera District.
What impressed participants is that individuals of White Winged Terns, a migratory water bird species from Europe is dominant at Lake Rweru, where individuals seen are more than 100. Remember that this bird species is listed under African Eurasian Waterbird Agreement and (Convention of Migratory Bird Species) CMS. These migratory bird species need good quality habitat for breeding as well as a network of suitable sites to support their annual journeys.
It is therefore essential for everyone in the society to play a role in the conservation and management of Migratory waterbird population and the habitant on which they depend on.
I take this opportunity to remind you that the activity of waterbird counting will be ended this Friday the 29th January at Rugezi Marsh, in Burera District.
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