Monday, November 20, 2017

Black Rhino Births in Kenya Exceed Number Lost to Poachers – FFI

Nairobi, Oct 18 - Black rhinos are holding their own in Kenya with the number of calves born this year exceeding the number of...

Whale Watching in Watamu: East Africa’s Other Great Migration

Every year, the thundering hooves of wildebeest resound in Kenya’s Masai Mara as over two million gnus arrive from Tanzania’s Serengeti. Traveling much further,...

Mau Forest Threatened: A Dam in the woodland not an Option!

The Kenyan population is rising rapidly while important natural resources such as forests that are crucial life support systems are threatened. The constitution stipulates...

Two Notorious Suspects Wanted for Wildlife Crimes Arrested in Malawi

Nairobi, Oct 11 - Two men on the list of eastern Africa’s most wanted suspects for committing wildlife crimes have been arrested in Malawi,...

Church and Conservation: Promising Experiences in Kenya

Nairobi, Oct 9 -There is much (and indeed much more) that can be done in terms of collaboration between the Church and the conservation...

EAWLS Speaks Out against Proposed Dam in South-West Mau Forest

Nairobi, Oct 4 – The East Wild Life Society (EAWLS) today spoke out strongly against a government plan to build a dam along Kipsonoi...

Laos Becomes Fasted Growing Ivory Market – Report

Nairobi, Sept 29 - The Southeast Asian country of Laos is now the fastest growing ivory market in the world with virtually no law...

Kenyan Mangroves Project Gets Funding from Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation

Nairobi, Sept 26 - American actor Leonardo DiCaprio is supporting the expansion of a university conservation project in Kenya. The project, by Napier University in...

CRIMINAL GANGS BEHIND TRAFFICKING OF PROCESSED RHINO HORN IN SOUTH AFRICA

Nairobi, Sept 18 - Criminal networks of Chinese origin operating in South Africa are now processing rhino horn locally into beads, bracelets, bangles and powder...

ANOTHER PAIR OF RARE WHITE GIRAFFES SEEN IN EASTERN KENYA

Nairobi, Sept 15 - Two rare white giraffes have been sighted in eastern Kenya, a conservation group reported. The mother and its calf were seen in...

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Black Rhino Births in Kenya Exceed Number Lost to Poachers – FFI

Nairobi, Oct 18 - Black rhinos are holding their own in Kenya with the number of calves born this year exceeding the number of...

Whale Watching in Watamu: East Africa’s Other Great Migration

Every year, the thundering hooves of wildebeest resound in Kenya’s Masai Mara as over two million gnus arrive from Tanzania’s Serengeti. Traveling much further,...
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