The Current Status of Kenya’s Bird Atlas: Part 3 of 7 – The Coast

Our look at the current coverage of Kenya on the Kenya Bird Map continues with the coast. This area is special because it hosts many bird species that are not found anywhere else in Kenya. These are endemic and near-endemic species of the Zanzibar-Inhambane Coastal Forest Mosaic that extends across nearly the entire coast of … Continue reading The Current Status of Kenya’s Bird Atlas: Part 3 of 7 – The Coast

Advertisements

The Current Status of Kenya’s Bird Atlas: Part 2 of 7 – The Central Highlands

As stated in our previous blog post, over the next few weeks we will be assessing the coverage so far achieved on the Kenya Bird Map - Kenya's current bird atlas project. The first area of the country that we will take a close look at is┬áthe central highlands. This region includes the capital city, … Continue reading The Current Status of Kenya’s Bird Atlas: Part 2 of 7 – The Central Highlands

The Current Status of Kenya’s Bird Atlas: Part 1 of 7 – Overview

It has been nearly six years since the Kenya Bird Map project began. A lot has been achieved and a lot still remains to be achieved. It's always good to track progress in order to appreciate achievements and identify what needs to be done moving forward. In this 7-part blog series, we will take a … Continue reading The Current Status of Kenya’s Bird Atlas: Part 1 of 7 – Overview