Why I love vultures

I’m looking forward to meeting Munir Virani, at the Peregrine Fund and National Museums of Kenya, and learning more about vultures this July in Kenya.  In the meantime, I ran across this short TedX talk from Nairobi about why vultures are so important to a healthy environment and what can be done to help prevent their extinction.

Peregrine Fund – Vultures

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About ljshaffer

I am an ecological anthropologist. I work with people living in southern Mozambique on issues of indigenous knowledge, responses and adaptation to environmental change. I spend a lot of time talking about elephants, crops, conservation, and sustainability.

Posted on June 8, 2017, in conservation, ecology, education and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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