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Professor John E Cooper and his wife Margaret E Cooper support World Wildlife Day 2017

Friday, 3rd March 2017

Our veterinary advisor, Professor John E Cooper FRCVS and his wife Margaret E Cooper, are out in Kenya at the moment and they too are supporting World Wildlife Day.
They have kindly sent us these pictures:
 
Kenyans learning about conservation
Kenyans learning about conservation

Professor Cooper and three generations of Kenyans taking an interest in endangered birds on the coast of KenyaProfessor John E Cooper and three generations of Kenyans taking an interest in endangered birds on the coast of Kenya
 
Japhet Ngolia, Keith Wanduni, Mansuri Ali and  Wycliffe Maingi
Left to right: Japhet Ngolia, Keith Wanduni, Mansuri Ali and  Wycliffe Maingi

Japhet  Ngolia, Mansuri Ali, Wycliffe Maingi
Left to right: Japhet  Ngolia, Mansuri Ali, Wycliffe Maingi

 
Japhet Ngolia, Keith Wanduni, Mansuri Ali and  Wycliffe Maingi are all Kenyan boys who often see birds on their "shamba" (smallholding) and like to identify them by looking them up in a bird book lent to them by us, the Coopers. The Nature Kenya (formerly the East African Natural History Society) calendar that the boys are holding features endangered bird species of the Kenya coastal region where these pictures were taken.

Best wishes from hot, dry, Kwale. 
John and Margaret Cooper
 
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"Mrs" by
03 Mar 2017

Thank you Cody.. good to hear that You are enjoying your work today.. im sure children all over the country will enjoy what you have to say to them.. Love the photographs and the one with the beautiful helper on your knee.. was that a huge bone i saw on the desk.. Bribery eh.. thank you i loved reading your blog... Pat

Haith's customer services:

Hi Pat Cody here,

It has been a great day taking over the website! Glad you enjoyed reading my blog on what my thoughts and views where on World Wildlife Day.

Have a great weekend.

Best wishes

Cody

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