4TH YEAR RANGE MANAGEMENT STUDENTS INDUSTRIAL ATTACHEMENT EXPERIENCE AT OL-PEJETA CONSERVANCY
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Date and time: 
Wed, 2021-03-31 (All day)
Location / Venue: 

Ol Pejeta conservancy

Mr. Michael Bolton Onyango was attached at Ol Pejeta conservancy. Between 10th July 2018 and 21st September 2018, I was privileged to take part in pasture monitoring, Lion tracking as well as monitoring of other animal species in Ol-Pejeta Conservancy for my industrial attachment to inform various decisions including livestock keeping practices and tourism in Ol-Pejeta. Lesson learnt: Maintenance of healthy, resilient biodiversity in the different ecosystems alongside commercial use of resources for livestock keeping and tourism is key in Kenyan rangelands. It was an awesome experience, out in the wild, watching the wild animals and breathing fresh air. “With passion in travelling, serving the community and nature, you are good to go!” Says future conservationist/ researcher, Mr Michael B.O.

 

Expiry Date: 
Thu, 2022-03-31 (All day)
Contact Person: 

Dr. Oscar Koech