Saturday, February 29, 2020

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...

Stay connected

3,785LikesLike
2,429FollowersFollow

Latest Articles

Kenya Bans Commercial Slaughter of Donkeys Threatened by Demand in China

Nairobi, Feb 26 – Kenya’s agriculture minister has announced that the commercial slaughter of donkeys will be prohibited with effect from March after farmers...

China Bans Consumption of Wildlife to Combat Coronavirus

Nairobi, Feb 25 – China’s top legislative body has imposed a complete ban on the consumption of wildlife and vowed to crackdown on trade...

Grauer’s Gorilla Population in DR Congo Higher than Previously Thought

By Curtis Abraham Kampala, Feb 20 - The Grauer’s gorilla, a lowland subspecies of the Eastern gorilla group that also includes Mountain gorillas, have suffered...

KWS Seeks Name For Nairobi National Park Born Baby Rhino

January 16- Kenya Wildlife Service(KWS) on Saturday afternoon announced the birth of a southern white Rhino in Nairobi National Park. KWS broke the good news...

Kenyan Court Declines to Stop Staging of Music Festival in National Park

Nairobi, Feb 12 - A Kenyan court has declined to issue orders to stop the staging of a two-day music festival in the country’s...

Pangolins Probable Intermediate Host Species for Coronavirus – Report

Nairobi, Feb 11 - Researchers in China have suggested that pangolins are the probable intermediate host species for the coronavirus outbreak that has thus...

One of Kenya’s Largest Elephants Dies

Nairobi, Feb 6 – One of Kenya’s iconic great elephants has died of natural causes at the age of 50, wildlife authorities said. Nicknamed Tim,...