Mini Golf and Speed Pool for Colobus Conservation
- Monday, 22 September 2014 11:19
Saturday 13th September saw fun on the beach in aid of Colobus Conservation, hosted by Forty Thieves Beach Bar. The day began early, with glorious sunshine and numerous sand castle builders frantically constructing a mini crazy golf course on the beach. Nine holes were constructed and all were sponsored by local business. Read more
Enjoy the World Cup and support Colobus Conservation. Win - Win!
- Sunday, 08 June 2014 09:55
Join our World Cup score predictor game and help raise vital funds for Colobus Conservation while enjoying the football for a whole month.
Via the SuperBru website, Colobus Conservation has established a world cup predictor pool. We are requesting a minimum donation of 1,500KSh/10GBP/13Euro/$17 to enter the pool. From the money raised 50% will be donated to Colobus Conservation, 30% will be awarded to the overall winner and 20% to the runner up. For more generous participants there is no upper limit to the donation and anything above the requested amount will go directly to Colobus Conservation and not into the prize fund. Click here to find out how
Volunteer as a Field Researcher
- Monday, 12 May 2014 12:16
Colobus Conservation, is launching a new research project to investigate home range sizes and levels of aggression between Angolan colobus inhabiting overlapping areas, with comparisons between heavily degraded, semi-degraded and good habitat types. Read more
Colobus Conservation join Ivory Belongs to Elephant Campaign
- Friday, 16 May 2014 08:54
Colobus Conservation staff and volunteers recently had the fabulous opportunity to walk alongside Jim Nyamu, executive director of the Elephant Neighbours Center in Nairobi, Kenya to raise awareness of the need to conserve elephants and their habitats. Volunteer researcher, Luke Berman, gives his account of the day. Read more
Clean up at Shimba Hills National Park
- Saturday, 26 April 2014 07:12
On April 6th 2014, Colobus Conservation volunteers and staff joined the Shimba Support Group (SSG) at Shimba Hills National Reserve, Kenya, to help with a clean-up. Read more about their adventures in the words of Luke Berman.