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Conservationists Voice Concern over Electrocution of Threatened Bird Species

Nairobi, Oct 30 – Conservation organisations in Kenya have voiced concern over the death of a threatened Martial Eagle that was electrocuted last week,...

Two Rangers killed in Virunga National Park brings total number of ranger killings to...

Two rangers were killed after four ranger positions on the shores of Lake Edward in Virunga National Park were attacked by several heavily armed...

Traffickers carrying 66 pounds of Ivory ornaments arrested

Three traffickers believed to be part of a major ivory network were arrested by authorities in Congo. The arrest will go a long way...

Famous lion Killed in Namibia

Animal lovers have expressed their outrage around the world after a famous endangered lion was shot dead with two others fighting for their lives...

Malawi to relocate 500 elephants to new sanctuary

Malawi wildlife experts will move 500 elephants from two overcrowded wildlife reserves in the country's south to Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve, a distance of more...

Angola Pledges to Robustly Combat Ivory Trade

Angola has announced that it will vigorously combat the ivory trade, pledging to close one of the largest domestic ivory markets in the world...

Title deeds for plots on riparian land to be revoked

Over 2,000 titles deeds for plots on riparian reserves will be revoked. Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero gave a directive to the National Land Commission...

The Bones of Karanja: Popular Black Rhino Preserved at Kenya National Museum

By Delta Willis Kenya’s National Museum in Nairobi is famous for its bones, from fossilized skulls of human ancestors to the fully preserved skeleton of...

Zimbabwe against trophy hunting ban imposed by the European Union

The Zimbabwe Government is against the ban of importation of trophies hunted from Zimbabwe imposed by the European Union after the killing of Cecil...

South African Supreme Court of Appeal rules in favor of domestic rhino horn trade

South Africa will allow domestic trade of rhino horns again, after a seven-year ban. This is after the South African Supreme Court of Appeal...

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Lowland Bongos Discovered in Uganda

By Curtis Abraham Conservationists the world over continue to bemoan the rapid loss of the world’s biodiversity. Almost monthly it seems, a new report emerges...

Three Black Rhinos Found Dead in Kenya’s Maasai Mara Reserve

Nairobi, Nov 22 – Wildlife officials in Kenya’s Maasai Mara National Reserve said on Thursday that they were investigating the deaths of three black...

Newly Discovered Edible Cricket Promises Plenty of Protein for Man and Beast

Nairobi, Nov 21 - Researchers at the International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology (ICIPE) in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi, have discovered a new,...

Mountain Gorillas Reclassified from “Critically Endangered” to “Endangered”

Nairobi, Nov 16 – The number of mountain gorillas in the wild has gradually increased over the past 30 years, and are up from...

The Bones of Karanja: Popular Black Rhino Preserved at Kenya National Museum

By Delta Willis Kenya’s National Museum in Nairobi is famous for its bones, from fossilized skulls of human ancestors to the fully preserved skeleton of...

Massive Biodiversity Loss the Result of Voracious Human Consumption – WWF

Nairobi, Nov 12 – An exponential growth in human consumption of natural resources is the driving force behind the current unprecedented planetary change and...

WWF Appalled by China’s Legalization of Trade in Tiger Bone and Rhino Horn

Nairobi, Oct 30 - WWF has expressed its profound concern over China’s announcement on Monday that it had legalized the use of tiger bone...
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