Working Groups

Connecting Nature and People for a Sustainable Future

Working Groups

The East Africa Natural History Society (EANHS) working groups are forums for members with common interests to network, exchange information and promote science based decision making for conservation of species, sites and habitats. The EANHS's working groups are designed to encourage members to address complex and difficult conservation challenges and work towards developing solutions.

Members are urged to pursue their active interest in natural history by joining any of the working groups such as for Birds, Plants, Insects, Mammals and action groups including Friends of Nairobi Arboretum, City Park and Arabuko - Sokoke Forest.

To be eligible for membership in a working group you must be a current member of The East Africa Natural History Society. Not a member? Join The East Africa Natural History Society and the working groups of your choice.

Please click on the appropriate link below to learn more about our working groups:

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