Science in Kenya

Birders Unite

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Birders Unite. In 2014, the National Museums of Kenya teamed up with local conservation groups to start the Kenya Bird Map project, a citizen science project driven by the engaged efforts of regular Kenyans that became the first in over 30 years to try document the distribution and diversity of Kenya’s bird population. The final data from all of Kenya’s regions was published online just this year, providing valuable information to future scientists, conservationists, and bird-lovers alike.

Mawazo Institute