Resilience: Fish Eagles of Naivasha – Trailer
Lake Naivasha holds the largest population of African Fish Eagles in the world and has undergone severe environmental and human-caused changes over the last 100 years. Threats include water abstraction, a growing human population, alien species, degradation, overfishing, and contamination. Despite this, the lake has an unshakable resilience that continues to support a thriving eagle population. Dr. Munir Virani, a Kenyan born scientist has been studying the eagles at Naivasha for over 20 years and takes us on a fascinating journey through the lens of the eagles to show how they have survived through periods of strife.