Bringing the Quagga back from Extinction

Ever heard of the Quagga? The Quagga (Equus quagga quagga) is an extinct subspecies of plains zebra that lived in South Africa until the...

Namibia opposes calls to ban Trophy hunting and Wildlife product exports

The Namibia Cabinet has approved the country’s position to oppose calls to ban and restrict trophy hunting and the export of wildlife products from...

Congo government to open forest to new logging companies

The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) government is considering re-opening its forest to new logging companies. The tropical rainforest which is more than twice...

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...

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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...