Monthly Archives: September 2008

Food or slaughter? Bushmeat fuels wildlife debate

The dependency on bushmeat in Central and West Africa is higher compared to East Africa where the more open Savannah’s gives more room for livestock production and crop farming. In the Congo basin, most communities have relied on wild meat for food for centuries but the situation has been compounded by rising human population, opening […]

Back in Kenya and ready for the challenge

I have lately not published posts on my own experiences on Bushmeat. I have only posted articles on bushmeat in East Africa published in the mainstream media. This was due to lack of adequate time to research on my own articles and that fact that I was not going out to the field during the […]