Observations from Rwanda: April 10, 2022

Little Egret in marshland along Lake Kilimbi, near the campus of the Rwanda Institute for Conservation Agriculture (RICA). April 3, 2022.
No-till planting soybean in a RICA center-pivot irrigated field. March 19, 2022.
RICA students in a field session of the March Plant Health Workshop. March 17, 2022.
A farmer watering newly planted trees, on the peninsula between Lakes Kilimbi and Gaharwa near RICA. April 10, 2022.
A goat leads the way for a group of kids on the Peninsula Road near RICA. April 10, 2022.
Bats leaving Rufunzo Hall in the evening. The roof is to be repaired shortly, which should encourage bats to move elsewhere – hopefully not inside another building. April 9, 2022.
Enjoying sugar cane on the road between Kigali and Musanze. March 26, 2022.
Farming on slopes in the Northern Province – road between Kigali and Musanze. March 26, 2022.
Golden Monkey, near Volcanoes National Park. Monkeys come out of the park to adjacent crop fields to eat small potatoes left after harvest. March 27, 2022.
Mother and baby Golden Monkeys. March 27, 2022.
Baby Golden Monkey. March 27, 2022.
Golden Monkeys grazing a potato field adjacent to Volcanoes National Park, with Mount Sabinyo in the background. March 27, 2022.
Golden Monkey enjoying a potato breakfast. March 27, 2022.
Volcanoes National Park trackers follow Golden Monkeys to insure visitors can find them. Weapons are for protection as a last resort from buffalo in the park. March 27, 2022.

2 thoughts on “Observations from Rwanda: April 10, 2022”

  1. The Little Egret is so regal looking! We only saw 3 Sandhills cranes this week. They have moved through. Enjoyed all the pictures…especially the golden monkeys!

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