|Watching Angola Black and White Colobus monkeys|
|Yellow headed dwarf day geckos|
|A posing Skink|
|The forest is full of all sorts of bio-diversity|
Whilst working our way through the forest we have the different surveys to undertake, so we are always on the look out for primates, birds and anything else of interest or any human disturbance to the forest. There are also lots of cheerful butterflies fluttering around to brighten up the forests and put a bigger smile on my face! This forest in Kenya is very different then the English countryside I am used too.
I am starting to be able to identify these exotic birds and I am gaining an in-depth understanding of how to look at a troop of monkeys and know their species, sex and age, as well as contributing to really important scientific data. All this knowledge makes the experience extra rewarding and special. The bio-diversity in this forest is rich, there is so much to see and I can’t wait to go out again and experience it all!