Hello, my name is Kirao

Am a Kenyan scientist working with a Christian Non-Governmental organization based at the Kenyan Coast. Am a naturalist but learning more on birds and plants (mostly trees). I have a wide range of experience including bird ringing and monitoring, camera trapping, plant phenology, GIS and Acoustics.
Hello, my name is Kirao

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I heard about WILDHUB through the Wild Team when I enrolled to undertake a project management course with them.  The set up for Wild Hub where you get to meet and interact with experts from different professions is what interested me even more.  As a growing scientist studying both birds and plants in Kenya, being in this forum is going to expose me to a wider research scope and hopefully meet both early careers all the way to the experts where we will interact and share useful insights from a common ground.

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Go to the profile of Thirza Loffeld
about 2 months ago

A warm welcome to WildHub, Kirao! Great to have you join us and thank you for sharing your interests with us. How would you describe your current role at a Rocha Kenya?

Perhaps of interest to you could be our Conservation Catalyst programme here. which can be a great experience for meeting with experts from different professions as well as sharing other people’s learnings. Let us know if you have any questions. 

Go to the profile of Lara Reden
about 1 month ago

Welcome to WildHub! I hope you enjoyed the project management course. You can also meet some members by participating in events like the monthly social.