Field Assistant, King’wal wetland, Kenya Cranes and Wetlands Conservation Programme


As a field assistant, the work of Eva is to ensure Grey-Crowned Cranes utilizing King’wal wetland and its environs are safe from generational mortality, habitat loss, poaching among other threats. She recognizes the interdependence of community well-being and ecosystem health hence ensuring a smooth integration of conservation of cranes and wetlands and development to overcome poverty and improve living standards. She is involved in partnering with and informing policies within the county government on wetlands and Grey Crowned cranes. She also conducts monitoring of Grey Crowned cranes through collecting and collating data of their breeding, roosting, and feeding zones.