Observations from Rwanda: November 8, 2020 Students and staff of the Rwanda Institute for Conservation Agriculture (RICA) play volleyball on the banks of Lake Kilimbi. Fields on the far bank are currently being planted to maize and soybean, with center pivot irrigation to be installed later this year. October 9, 2020. Black-headed Weaver. October 24, 2020. RICA students spreading compost in advance of planting on drip-irrigated fields. October 16, 2020. Violet-backed Starling. October 20, 2020. Young Vervet Monkey watching me. September 15, 2020. Lion’s Ear (probably), growing on the banks of Lake Kilimbi. October 11, 2020. Frog looking for insects in our garden. October 10, 2020. Female Sunbird (uncertain species) on the banks of Lake Kilimbi. October 11, 2020. Students walking along the Spine Road on a rainy Saturday morning in front of Ihema House. With the onset of the rainy season, umbrellas are a necessity most days. October 31, 2020. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
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That sweet monkey looks so innocent, but trust me he is not!!
Enjoying your pictures this dry Sunday morning in Nebraska and wishing we had some of your rain and you had some of our sunshine. Love the birds. If you ever make a collection of bird photos I’d love to get one!