The Journal of East African Natural History publishes papers and notes in the field of natural history, broadly defined as the study of organisms in their natural state, relevant to the eastern African region. Of particular interest are contributions that add to our knowledge of the status and conservation of biological diversity in the region. Since the biological landscape is to a large extent shaped by man, papers on ethnobiology are also featured.
More info on the journal can be found here: http://www.naturekenya.org/content/journal-east-african-natural-history-0
Other websites related to this journal: http://www.bioone.org/page/eanh/aims
Vol 102, No 1-2 (2013)
Table of Contents
|Field guide to the woody plants of Taita hills, Kenya|
|KW Thijs, I Roelen, WM Musila||1-272|