Sebastian Ngasoma and Fred Griffith have been involved with birds’ surveys for over 6 years and have participated in many research expeditions within African countries and Europe including Volunteer in Annual Waterfowl Counts in Kenya, (monitoring the ecological status of the wetlands through understanding the distribution and trend of water birds). This program was coordinated by the Ornithology Section, Zoology Department of the National Museums of Kenya in collaboration with Kenya Wildlife Service and Nature Kenya, Beginner’s bird identification at the Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) Newport Wetland Nature Reserve, United Kingdom. Ecological monitoring, Field Skills, general Wildlife Management and field bird identification in Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Mkomazi National Park and Arusha National Park-Tanzania. Worked as bird expert and community Liaison officer for Frontier Tanzania Savannah Research Programmes prior to a position as field research assistant in bird Surveys over 3 years. Also worked on several bird projects: Kilombero valley teak company (KVTC) and World Wildlife Fund in Nanganje Forest Project. They currently planning to start masters in conservation biology. Their special interest is the birds’ behavior and has considerable experience in the field.