Wildlife Wednesdays - Kenya: The Importance of a One Health Approach in Light of COVID-19

Wildlife Wednesdays - Kenya: The Importance of a One Health Approach in Light of COVID-19

Vultures & Hirola Antelope

You and these two unusual species have a lot in common. With just a few remaining, the hirola antelope is one of Earth’s most endangered animals. Their health and future depend on the people and animals that share their habitat. Meanwhile, vultures are the sanitation heroes of the savanna, cleaning up carcasses, keeping disease from spreading, and helping others stay healthy. In light of current events, it's more apparent than ever that we’re all connected to each other—and to wildlife—on the one planet we share. Join us to find out more about hirola and vultures, the issues they face, and how we’re all counting on each other for a healthier future.

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