To put is simply; our idea is that ecotourism might be a way to improve lives of local people in Taita Hills. As people would benefit from these species and forests it would be their best interest to conserve these animals and forests. This would lead to win-win situation where conservation of forests would mitigate climate change, increase water catchment and protect thousands of endangered species.
Archive for ‘Dwarf galagos’
IUCN CRITERIA – populations matter the most!
IUCN CRITERIA FOR ENDANGERED SPECIES CRITERIA IS AS FOLLOWS IUCN CRITERIA FOR SPECIES (IUCN 2012) EXTINCT (EX): A taxon is […]
Tree hyraxes, and other nocturnal animals of Taita Hills Video telling about Hanna Rosti’s research and conservation of noctural animals […]
September 2021 fieldwork September 2021 I spent in Taita Hills and also in Diani beach. We surveyed forests of Ngangao, […]
Vocalization Analyses of Nocturnal Arboreal Mammals of the Taita Hills, Kenya
Article published 14.12.2020 in MDPI journal Diversity Link to the open access article This article is written by Hanna Rosti, […]
Paragalago – Genus of Eastern Africa dwarf galagos
Forest fragments became like islands in the sea Aridification during the Plio-Pleistocene, about 5-3 million years ago in eastern Africa […]
African wood owl in Taita Hills Kenya
In Taita Hills of Kenya African wood owl (Strix woodfordii) is quite common. Owl couple keep contact with each other […]
Help us protect the Taita mountain dwarf galago
– And of course Taita tree hyrax Taita mountain dwarf galago has drawn enormous international attention after our article was […]
Taita mountain dwarf galago is Kenya coast dwarf galago (Paragalago cocos)
– and it still exists in Taita Hills In Taita Hills there is small primate species that was first seen […]