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Posted by  Cody Monday, 31 July 2006 12:17

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INDIAN HOUSE CROW HAS BECOME A SERIOUS DILEMMA

WE ARE PAWNS IN THIS INFECTIOUS GAME WHERE EVERYONE HAS NO OTHER WORD EXCEPT: 'SIJUI' !
Coastweek

The Indian House Crow has become a serious dilemma along all of Kenya's coastal environs.

Their numbers, especially at the Makadara Grounds and at the Mombasa Sports' Club are alarming to say the least.

While there are a number of self-appointed individuals who claim to have expert knowledge on how to eliminate this obnoxious pest, many of these "experts" have neither the knowledge nor the wherewithal to permanently rid us of this scourge.

The advice often given by Dr. Nancy Honeg, a world-renowned ethologist and an expert in behavioural sciences has been totally ignored or frowned upon.

I recall the years when the Ministry of Tourism and Wildlife was divided into two divisions.

These were The National Parks and the Game Department.

Each of these had a research division, and when there was the slightest ecological or a species problem, immediate steps were taken to ameliorate or to totally wipe out the problem.

Those were different times and those who presided and worked within such institutions were dedicated men, who were not prepared to brook any nonsense.

They sought no personal gain and took their responsibilities seriously.

Alas, we are no longer living in the 1960's, but if we were, the Game Department, the Mombasa City Council and the Coast Administration would have had no choice, but to deal with this crisis head on and without any excuses.

The matter would have been solved within a month !

Today, we have become pawns in this infectious game where everyone has no other word except: "Sijui".

Perhaps we should set up a commission of inquiry into the House Crow problem first.

After all we have far too few commissions of inquiries today.

Cahil Marduff, Mombasa.

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