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Friday, March 24, 2006

Severe Drought Takes its Toll on Kenyan Wildlife


A severe drought is taking its toll on people, livestock and wildlife in eastern Kenya. Click here to learn more...

In the past 10 days, however, some rain has fallen in drought stricken regions of the country, including 2 inches of precipitation at the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy. Click here to learn more...

10 Comments:

Blogger Dia said...

I think the people and all the life in Kenya are living difficult lives, I just wish nature will help their situation and not cause them any more problems... :)

4:46 AM

 
Blogger Selvi Sindu said...

Hey,
I put the pup pictures in.Pls do check it and show it to your daughter too.Take care.G8 weekend.
Cheers...

7:45 AM

 
Blogger Selvi Sindu said...

Hey,
I put the pup pictures in.Pls do check it and show it to your daughter too.Take care.G8 weekend.
Cheers...

7:45 AM

 
Blogger Selvi Sindu said...

Hey,
I put the pup pictures in.Pls do check it and show it to your daughter too.Take care.G8 weekend.
Cheers...

7:46 AM

 
Blogger Anne-Marie said...

Hi Paul,
It's good to see that some rain has fallen and will make things easier on the people and animals of the region.

Keep up the good work.

Cheers,
AM

3:42 PM

 
Blogger Yellow said...

We have friends who are missionaries in Kenya. They were just telling me about the large numbers of dead wildlife they are finding due to the drought. They are currently trying to get food aid for the people in their area. We should all pray for lots of rain for them. I appreciate your care for the animals.

9:16 PM

 
Blogger VallyP said...

Hi Paul
So little rain in such a long time. It must be having a devastating effect on the whole country's eco system. I'm not one for prayers, but let's hope they get the relief of some rain soon.

I well remember the anxious days in SA as we waited for the rains to begin in September after the long dry winter months. While I lived there, we went through some quite severe drought years, but never anything as long as this.

It's awful how some have so much that it causes landslide and disasters, and yet others have so little. Nature can be so out of balance sometimes and it makes you wonder how responsible mankind is for this situation.

4:52 AM

 
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3:42 PM

 
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10:14 PM

 
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5:34 AM

 

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