New Warden, Tour Guides at Kaieteur National Park

The Ministry of Natural Resources and the Environment, through the Protected Areas Commission has announced the appointment of four new Warden/Tour Guides from Region 8 to Kaieteur National Park. The newly appointed Warden/Tour Guides were chosen from among the top candidates completing a week-long Tour Guide Training programme conducted in October 2013.

From L to R are Nadine Johnson of Karisparu, Phillip Lewis and Maxwell Basil of Paramakatoi, Thomas Williams of Chenapau, and Senior Warden (acting) LeRoy Vanhercel of Chenapau. (Ministry of Natural Resources photo)
From L to R are Nadine Johnson of Karisparu, Phillip Lewis and Maxwell Basil of Paramakatoi, Thomas Williams of Chenapau, and Senior Warden (acting) LeRoy Vanhercel of Chenapau. (Ministry of Natural Resources photo)

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