These 17 images tell the story of Legado Fellow Alum, Grant Bemis’, time working with our field team in May and June as our Field Logistics Manager. Read more about Grant here, and follow his own own journey at withthewinds.com
Namuli is a 7,936-foot inselberg, is the second highest mountain in Mozambique, and a critical target for conservation in the Eastern Afromontane ecoregion. The Namuli massif is relatively small in extent but incredibly diverse and a part of the unique mountain island chain of inselbergs in northern Mozambique. It is designated as a Level 1 Priority Key Biodiversity Area by the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund, an Important Bird Area, an Important Plant Area, and an Alliance for Zero Extinction site. (Read the Mount Namuli Biodiversity Brief Here). Mount Namuli is listed as a priority for protection in Mozambique’s 2015-2035 Biodiversity Strategy.