More visitors to beehive fences & Kileva Eastfield
23rd May, 2012
Well, its good to see that the beehive fencing concept has echoed with a good ressonance to many people. Mr. Christopher McLean is consultant currently providing consultancy services to Siginon Freight in connection with a cargo centre that they are constructing at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. He and his wife visited our beehive fences because they have a daughter who is studying in south Africa and her case study is elephant behaviour and they wanted to talk and hear stories directly from the farmers.
He stayed for two days at sagalla lodge and he was very happy. To certify this information, attached herein, find a few photos of his visit.
Posted on 09/06/2012, in Elephants & Bees, School & Education, Supporting Groups & Fundraising and tagged Cliff Evans, Elephants and bees, Kenya bees, Kenya charity, Kenya farming, Kileva Eastfield School, Kileva Foundation. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.