Our July/August newsletter is finally here!! As you can see, the 2 months have been fun filled, with a great talk by Dr. Elena who heads the Mara Meru Cheetah Project as well as an article on a fundraising event organized by Braeburn School to raise funds for FoNNaP’s education department.
We are in the process of organizing lots more fun filled events and talks for members and look forward to your continued support and participation.
We would like to thank PG Bison who donated some chairs for our office through Gareth Jones, as well as the Braeburn “Fun For Each Other” team for their efforts in raising funds so that we may continue our various educational projects based on saving the world’s only city park.
If you have any educational material (books, wildlife dvds, games, etc) or expertise that could help this project, please get in touch with us.
As always, your suggestions, ideas, comments and contributions are much appreciated.
Finally, please note that our guide books are still on sale, and we will be expanding our merchandise collection and communicate details of this to you all in due course.
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Have yourselves a great read!!
We invite you to our monthly meeting on 30th August from 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. at Kitengela Dispersal area. We will have a field day out at the proposed conservancy site at Empakasi as well as community interaction session.
Facilitators: John Solonka and Nick Parmisa
More details to follow up soon.
Kindly confirm your attendance before Thursday 28th through email or a call.