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Garden Warbler visits Museum again a year later

On 28th January 2014 at National Museums of Kenya grounds, Nairobi Ringing Group members were ringing birds, hoping to catch some migrants from Europe or Asia. Little did they know that they were going to be lucky?

First net round we capture three migrants – Garden Warbler (Sylvia borin), Willow Warbler (Phylloscopus trochilus), Blackcap (Sylvia atricapilla) – and some local birds. We ring and release them. The second net round we find another two migrants and one has a ring! So we think the ringed Garden Warbler is the one we have just released.

Conservation of wetland where rare birds breed on World Wetlands Day in Dakatcha

The first World Wetlands day celebration in Dakatcha Woodlands was held at Arbamkenge wetland in Changoto, Kilifi County, in February. The seasonal wetland is where Clarke’s Weavers breeding area was discovered in March 2013. Clarke’s Weavers are birds that have only been seen in Dakatcha Woodland and Arabuko-Sokoke Forest.

Tana River Delta Ramsar site officially launched

30th January 2014 marked a special day for the Tana River Delta. On this day, the Tana River Delta Ramsar site was officially launched in a ceremony held at the Handaraku Baraza Park, in Kipini. The launch, which also marked the World Wetlands Day in the area, was attended by close to 700 people, including community members, school children and invited guests.


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