I co-taught a great lesson with Walker Darling about native ants and the invasive big headed ants. The school happened to be on the edge of an invasion. It was an exciting lesson with wonderful students and a great co-teacher.
Hiking Mukenya a large face-shaped mlima (mountain) in the center of Mpala Conservancy.
My last weekend in Kenya. I spent a large part of my saturday afternoon with a families in the village during a rainstorm.
Acting out the story of the native ants vs. the invasive big headed ants. My last lesson at the Mpala school.
A club picture with club teacher Samuel Lengure and Global health student intern Joyce.
We went to Ol Pejeta Land conservancy to see the Rhinos there. We saw northern white (the remaining three), southern white, and black. They look like giant rocks that can move.