The Kenyan coastal forest  and key migration hotspots – featuring Mida Creek, Lake Jalori, Dakatcha and Arabuko-Sokoke Forest all wildlife rich areas.

A brief glimpse at the wide variety of habitat, birds and mammals to be found in this part of Kenya. Over 1,000 acres of forest in this magical and wildlife rich area have now been saved thanks to the Bob Scott Memorial Appeal and we are now trying to ensure the local people have a future that works with nature rather than against it. Endemic species, woodland migrants and residents plus waders, wildfowl, terns and some mammals are all to view.

See for yourself; What’s not to love!

Date(s) - 17/08/2019
1:30 pm - 1:50 pm

Hobby Lecture Theatre