Sidney Shema – National Geographic Society Newsroom
Sidney Shema completes his BSc in Wildlife Management at the University of Nairobi (Kenya) in December 2017. He is a National Geographic Explorer studying birds of prey, with his current research being in an area along Kenya’s southern Rift Valley where the development of a number of wind farms has been proposed. He also works closely with The Peregrine Fund for his raptor research. Sidney has participated in and helped to coordinate various wildlife conservation activities including wildlife censuses, waterbird censuses and bird mapping expeditions. He is also a safari guide with a bronze badge from the Kenya Professional Safari Guides Association.