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EAWLS Alert: Proposed Dams along Mara River and Tributaries

photo credit: alert-conservation The East African Wild Life Society (EAWLS) has received an alert from Serengeti Watch, one of our conservation partners...

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EAST AFRICAN WILD LIFE SOCIETY CONDEMNS THE SHOOTING OF CONSERVATIONIST KUKI GALLMAN   Nairobi, 24th April 2017: The East African Wild Life Society (EAWLS)...

Livestock Herders Wreak Havoc on Wildlife Conservancies in Laikipia

By Aidan Hartley Armed ethnic Pokot and Samburu herders began killing wildlife in Kenya the same day they invaded northern Laikipia’s Mugie Conservancy in...

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