By Ingo Lehmann, Michael Roberts, Julius Mwenda Mathiu and Thomas M. Butynski
Moths in the family Metarbelidae are nocturnal, small to medium in size, and are usually rare. The majority of species are endemic to areas <50,000 km2. Sites that have been light-trapped extensively for several years typically yield only 1–4 species of Metarbelidae moth.
By Harry Wells, lolldaiga Hills Ranch
The Bee-keeping and Honey Production Programme on Lolldaiga Hills Ranch was led by David Njuguna, who over-saw hive construction and management, honey harvesting, and honey processing.
By Brian W. Finch
At about 09:00 h on 6 November 2017, I was birding at Valley Dam (ca. 1,850 m asl), central south Lolldaiga Hills Ranch, in the company of Per Aronsson, Paul Benson, Tom Butynski, Yvonne de Jong, and Nigel and Julia Hunter.
Carly Butynski, Department of Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Biology, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado
One of the most striking residents of Lolldaiga Hills Ranch, the Beisa Oryx Oryx beisa beisa, is a timid but distinctive figure in the northern savannas and semi-arid bushlands of the property.
By Yvonne de Jong & Tom Butynski, Lolldaiga Hills Research Programme & Eastern Africa Primate Diversity and Conservation Program
Waterbuck Kobus ellipsiprymnus, one of biggest antelopes on Lolldaiga Hills Ranch (Laikipia County, central Kenya), are found throughout the Ranch but prefer the higher grasslands and vegetation along the streams and dams of central and south Lolldaiga.