Our overall aim being the conservation of nature, research becomes an integral component of our work. We therefore undertake ecological research work that guide in nature conservation.
We undertake ecological research work that guide in nature conservation. Our research work is entrusted to our highly experienced research scientist sometimes in collaboration with other researchers from recognized research institutes as well as independent research scientists. We are establishing a long term survey on Kenya butterflies. The work will involve;
(1) mapping of all butterflies species across the country using a friendly mobile phone app that will engage many participant including citizen scientist. This activity aim at recording the current range and distribution of Kenya butterflies and monitor changes over time.
(2) Detailed and consistent survey by our research scientist in several identified areas where butterflies and habitats data among other ecological data will be recorded in strata (from low elevation to high elevation). The data will be collected consistently for the longest time to produce quantifiable data that will be analysed from time to time to clearly reveal convincing effects of global warming, climate change among others on species and their habitat and mitigation