Kenya: Beliefs Fueling Killing of Some Birds in Africa

Interestingly some African beliefs have also led to indiscriminate killing of some of the bird’s species for example the owl. In many African cultures, the presence of an owl or even its hooting is perceived to be an omen of bad luck, ill health, or death.
#TheFalconry #Birds #Nature #Conservation #Beliefs #Malindi #Kenya #Halligan

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