Restoring Nature along a Main Road in Nairobi

From bare earth to grass and trees, and then the frogs showed up Story and photos by Cathy Watson Nairobi’s new Waiyaki Way-Red Hill Link Road...

UN Urges Countries to Commit to Restore Billion Hectares of Degraded Land

NAIROBI, June 4 - Facing the triple threat of climate change, loss of nature, and pollution, the world must deliver on its commitment to...

Marsabit Rock Agama: Another New Lizard Species in Kenya

By Beryl A. Bwong NAIROBI, June 2 - Rock Agamas are some of the most conspicuous lizards. They occur locally in large numbers and are...

Wildlife Lovers Choose a New Big 5 in Photography

NAIROBI, May 24 – The elephant, polar bear, gorilla, tiger, and lion are the 2021 winners of the New Big 5 project, wildlife, conservation,...

Campaigners to Appeal Judgement Allowing Agriculture in Uganda’s Bugoma Forest

KAMPALA, May 19  – A consortium of conservationists trying to stop the destruction of Bugoma Forest Reserve in western Uganda will on May 21...

Kenya Launches National Wildlife Census

NAIROBI, May 8 – Kenya has launched a national wildlife census of both terrestrial and aquatic animals, the first-ever carried out in the country. The...

Suspected Poacher Arrested with Elephant Tusk in Tsavo West

Nairobi, April 29 – A Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) security team has arrested a suspected poacher in possession of an elephant tusk in the...

Study Shows Decline in Kenya’s Augur Buzzard Raptor Population

Nairobi, April 27 - The population of Augur Buzzard, a bird of prey common to eastern and southwestern Africa, has been declining in Kenya...

Kenyan Company Loses Bid to Farm in Wildlife Dispersal Area

Nairobi, April 27 – An agribusiness firm in Kenyan has failed in its attempt to have a court revoke an official order barring it...

New Embryos Created in another Step in Northern White Rhino Rescue Bid

NAIROBI, April 22 - The international consortium of scientists and conservationists working to prevent the extinction of the northern white rhino through advanced assisted...

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Astounding Progress: Kampala’s Plan for Trees

By Story and photos by Cathy Watson Thirty years ago, Kampala was a town of half a million people on seven green hills. Today it...

Conservationist Joannah Stutchbury Murdered in Kenya

Nairobi, July 16 – Unknown assailants shot and killed environment activist Joannah Stutchbury, 67, outside her home near the Windsor Country Club in the...

KWS, FoNNaP and Youth Unite to Remove Invasive Weed from Nairobi National Park

By Dr. Elizabeth Migongo-Bake, Chair, FoNNAP’s Habitat & Wildlife Committee Nairobi, July 14 – The Nairobi National Park and the neighouring private wildlife sanctuaries...

Human-Wildlife Conflict a Main Threat to Survival of Species – Report

Nairobi, July 9 - Conflict between people and animals, from China’s famed wandering elephants raiding farms for food and water to wolves preying on...

New Study Finds Elephants Show Risk-Avoidance Behaviour

Nairobi, June 30 - Elephants’ heavy footsteps and their rumbling low-frequency calls are so powerful that they can create seismic waves -- vibrations that...

Restoring Nature along a Main Road in Nairobi

From bare earth to grass and trees, and then the frogs showed up Story and photos by Cathy Watson Nairobi’s new Waiyaki Way-Red Hill Link Road...

UN Urges Countries to Commit to Restore Billion Hectares of Degraded Land

NAIROBI, June 4 - Facing the triple threat of climate change, loss of nature, and pollution, the world must deliver on its commitment to...