Come on the biodiversity walk meeting at 630 am on Saturday 3 February at Kenya Wildlife Services offices at the Gede entrance to the forest.
Come on the biodiversity meeting at 630 am on Saturday 20 January at Kenya Wildlife Services offices at the Gede entrance to the forest.
Today (4 December) RedEarth Fixers started filming the educational film for children living around the forest sponsored by African Fund for Endangered Wildlife.
Director Miranda Grant and her crew have taken the stars of the show, two local children Nickson and Doris Nyule into the forest for the first day of shooting.
After meeting at the KWS offices Gede entrance this, the last organised biodiversity walk in the forest for 2017, will be at the Mida side of forest close to Jamii Villas.
Following the excellent reception of the 15,000 leaflets, sponsored by African Fund for Endangered Wildlife (AFEW), earlier in the year it became clear the Friends of Arabuko-Sokoke need to continue to enthuse the youth and create young champions around the Arabuko-Sokoke Forest. We brainstormed with the teachers and they felt an educational film would be an ideal next step, which we are doing. Again AFEW are supporting the project being produced by Charlotte D’Olier of Redearth Fixers and today film director Miranda Grant came down to the forest from Nairobi to audition 16 young children. One will be chosen to be the hero of the 10 minute film showing a celebrity around the forest.