Sunday, October 21, 2018

Rare white Giraffe spotted in Ishaqbini Hirola Conservancy – Garissa, Kenya

Camel herders in Ishaqbini reported seeing a white giraffe while out grazing. NRT's research and monitoring team were in the conservancy at the time,...

Fencing of Mt. Kenya on track

100 kilometres of the Mount Kenya Electric Fence has been completed. The comprehensive fencing that will eventually encircle Mount Kenya is expected to cover...

The Avian Visitors of Kilifi Gardens

by Joanna Hewitt-Stubbs Our Kilifi Garden on the Kenyan coast has become refuge for a number of unusual avian visitors in the last...

Aerial Survey Counts 12,840 Elephants in Tsavo-Mkomazi Ecosystem

The Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) and its partners have completed an aerial count of elephats in the Tsavo-Mkomazi ecosystem in Kenya and Tanzania,...

Speedy Trial of Wildlife Crime Suspects in Kenya Not Certain – Report

Nairobi, Aug 24 – High-profile traffickers in illegal wildlife products in Kenya are not being brought to justice with certainty, according to the latest...

Conservationists Organise Workshop to Combat Wildlife Poisoning in Kenya

  image courtesy of National Geographic News A consortium of concerned conservation bodies in Kenya has organised a workshop to train participants on how...

Report Points Way Forward on Water Rources Use in Kenya’s Tana River Basin

In an effort to ensure sustainable development along Kenya’s Tana River Basin, Wetlands International today unveiled a report that provides data for evidence-based development...

Ugandan Royalty: Lions in the Pearl of Africa

By Michael Schwartz My colleague Moses Konde and I were in Kidepo Valley National Park last year, hoping to film an elephant migration...

Ivory Burn will not result to a price increase – KWS

The Kenya Wildlife Service has refuted claims by some conservationists and economists that burning ivory will lead to an increase in the price. According...

Tanzania teams up with U.S army for anti-poaching trainning

To combat a dramatic decline in its elephant population, Tanzania’s park and game reserve rangers have teamed with members of the U.S. Army’s 403rd...

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