Greater galagos, also called bushbabies are quite common in Taita Hills. There are individuals that prefer to stay in the […]
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Taita tree hyraxes filmed at night
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 […]
27.8.2022 Short video introduction to tree hyraxes, with unique footage Video of tree hyraxes filmed at night with night binoculars […]
How to observe nocturnal animals in tropical forest?
Nocturnal animals are still fairly unknown and forest at night is magical It is constant surprise for me how little […]
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 […]
Night in Ngangao Forest
I have been incredibly blessed by having opportunity to spend about three months observing nightlife in Ngangao and other Taita […]
I am Hanna Rosti researcher, PhD student, from University of Helsinki, Finland. This blog is created to share information and […]