Talk by Jim Nyamu: Conserving African Elephants Through Walking & Talking, Feb. 1 2014 @ Louis Leakey Auditorium
Are you a conservation enthusiast? Do you love elephants? Does ivory poaching worry you?
Join Kenya Museum Society for an interactive, informative and what should be a captivating talk by Jim Nyamu
Date: Saturday, 1 February 2014
Venue: Louis Leakey Auditorium, Nairobi National Museum
Time: Refreshments 3.15pm Starts 4:00 pm
Donation: Ksh 400 KMS Member, Ksh 500 Guest, Ksh 200 Citizen & Student
Jim, is the founder and director of Elephant Neighbours Center (ENC), an NGO that aims to promote peaceful co-existence between elephants and communities, with a mission to protect African elephants and secure their landscape outside protected areas.
Jim has an amazing passion for what he does, peppered with vast experience in elephant conservation as a research scientist and elephant specialist.
We hope that his experience and findings on poaching and the illegal ivory trade and their adverse effects on wildlife will leave you wanting to join in this worthy cause of saving the largest land mammals on earth.
Jim will also launch his 2014 campaign plan on the ‘Ivory Belongs to Elephants’ walks.