The Centre for Biodiversity at the National Museums of Kenya aspires to be the centre of excellence in biodiversity research, dissemination, training and conservation.
The National Wetlands Information Centre at the National Museums of Kenya is a flagship output of a project on Wetland Biodiversity, Assessment, Mapping, Knowledge Sharing and Management for Upper Tana, Kenya. Kenya’s wetlands are diverse in type and distribution. They range from shallow lakes in the Great Rift Valley, edges of Lake Victoria, various swamps, plains and valley bottoms to the coastal wetlands including the mangroves swamps, sandy beaches, sea grass beds and coral reefs.
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