The Leopard: Lost and Found

By Santiago Legarre One cold July morning of 2019 I left Basecamp Masai Mara very early with Dennis, a new and eager Maasai guide. As...

African Ranger Awards: Feting Wardens while Enabling Traffickers?

By Karl Ammann When researching the illegal wildlife trade, very often some tentacles lead back to South Africa.  Not only when it comes to rhino...

Investing in Sustainable Landscapes Crucial for Inclusive Green Growth – Report

image credits wp.com Business participation and investment in sustainable landscapes is critical for achieving inclusive green growth, according to a new report released...

Invasion of Ranches by Herders in Laikipia: Drought, Land or Politics

The Laikipia ecosystem has the second highest concentration of wildlife in the country and more endangered wildlife species than any other region in Kenya....

A Different Perspective on Conservation of Elephants and Rhinos

  By Peter Low   The July-September 2016 issue of the East African Wildlife Society’s (EAWLS) excellent magazine, Swara, is packed with various perspectives...

Why the death of Cecil could be really bad news for wildlife conservation in...

By Mike Norton Griffiths The international furore following the recent killing of Cecil the lion in Zimbabwe has inflamed debate on the contribution...

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Prince William launches $65m Prize for Environmental Solutions

Nairobi, Oct 14 - The Duke of Cambridge has launched a Nobel-style environmental competition – with a £50 million ($65m) prize fund – to...

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Nairobi, October 14 - A wildfire that broke out Sunday on Tanzania’s Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest peak, has destroyed 28 square kilometers of vegetation,...

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By Santiago Legarre In the middle of the partial Covid-19 lockdown, I was lucky enough to spend a few days at Ol Pejeta, 12 kilometres...

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Work to Rescue Northern White Rhino Resumes with Successful Egg Harvest

Nairobi, Aug 18 - Twelve months after the groundbreaking first harvest of eggs from the remaining last two female northern white rhinos, an international team...

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