Sunday, January 21, 2018

Studying the Cheetahs of Tsavo to Save Them

By Chérie Schroff NAIROBI, Jan 11 - The Tsavo East National Park in southeast Kenya comprises an area of a 13,747 km² with a large...

Some 7,347 Elephants Counted in Kenya’s Laikipia, Samburu, Meru, Marsabit Areas

NAIROBI, Jan 10- A census of elephants in Kenya’s northern and central ecosystems shows that there are a total of 7,347 of them in...

The Legend of the Man-Eating Lions of Tsavo

  By Curtis Abraham In 1898, a pair of male lions killed several dozen railway workers during a year long reign of terror near the Tsavo...

Owls Become an Illicit Regional Commodity

I have two eggs. Where do I get a buyer?  This is the most common question I am now asked about owls, indicating an...

At UN Environment Summit, States Commit to Pollution-free Planet

  Nairobi, December 7 - World governments have committed to a pollution-free planet at the close of the United Nations Environment Assembly in Nairobi, with...

Brackenhurst Botanic Garden: Bringing back the indigenous forest

By Rupi Mangat For most people a forest is simply a bunch of trees. In reality, there are different types of forests, ranging from indigenous forests,...

Aloes of Uganda – A Field Guide

  Authors: Thomas Cole and Tom Forrest Reviewed by Cathy Watson Aloes are a vital part of the environment. They act as nurses or protectors for other...

Trump Delays New Policy on Importation of African Elephant Trophies

Nairobi, Nov 21 - United States President Donald Trump has decided to delay the implementation of a new policy that would have allowed trophies...

Dozens of New Wildlife Corridors Identified for African Mammals

Researchers at the University of California, Davis, have identified 52 potential wildlife corridors linking protected areas across Tanzania. Using a cost-effective combination of interviews...

Queries as Sh19.5 billion Bosto dam runs into new controversy

The planned construction of the Sh19.5 billion Bosto Dam in Bomet county has run into controversy with conservationists voicing opposition to the project. The National...

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EAWLS Urges KFS to Stand Firm to Protect South-West Mau Forest

NAIROBI, Jan 19 - The East African Wild Life Society (EAWLS) has noted with delight a decision by the Kenya Forest Service (KFS) to...

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Studying the Cheetahs of Tsavo to Save Them

By Chérie Schroff NAIROBI, Jan 11 - The Tsavo East National Park in southeast Kenya comprises an area of a 13,747 km² with a large...

Some 7,347 Elephants Counted in Kenya’s Laikipia, Samburu, Meru, Marsabit Areas

NAIROBI, Jan 10- A census of elephants in Kenya’s northern and central ecosystems shows that there are a total of 7,347 of them in...
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