David Ngala accompanied Albert Baya of A Rocha Kenya to survey the Clarke weaver nests in Marafa. Marafa is located north of Arabuko- Sokoke forest in the Brachystegia woodland. This is where the weavers prefer to nest and feed. Dakatcha woodland is the main breeding site for the weaver. It is approximately 29 Kilometres from Sokoke forest.
The main problem in Dakatcha woodland is charcoal burning and hunting of game meat. David was able to find some young duikers that were hunted and sold illegally.
Duiker meat, hanged to be sold illegally.