Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Lions rediscovered in Ethiopia

Conservationists have announced the “amazing discovery” of a previously unknown lion population in a remote north-western region of Ethiopia, confirming local reports with camera...

KWS Appoints New Director General

Nairobi, Kenya - Kenya Wildlife Service has appointed Kitili Mbathi as the new Director General. Mr Mbathi, previously worked with Government as an investment...

President Uhuru to hold talks with US Interior Secretary on Poaching

President Uhuru Kenyatta will hold bilateral talks with visiting US Secretary of Interior Sally Jewell on wildlife conservation. The President’s spokesperson Manoah Esipisu said...

EAC Sets Up Framework For Regional Oservatory of Protected Areas

The East African Community (EAC) Secretariat is the host institution for a regional observatory to support more effective protected area management and biodiversity conservation...

Digital Radio, Solar BackUp Project

Kenya wildlife Service (KWS) unveiled a Digital Radio Network and Solar Power Backup project, thanks to assistance by the French government. The project was...

Conservation Alliance of Kenya proposes alternative option for SGR

Nairobi, Kenya - The Conservation Alliance of Kenya is protesting in strongest possible terms an option being considered by the high-speed Standard Gage Railway...

Live web broadcasts to boost tourism in Kenya

Nairobi, Kenya - Last year, wildlife lovers around the world had an opportunity to follow the migration of wildebeest across East Africa, through a...

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Death of Africa’s Oldest Baobab Trees Shock Scientists

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Mountain Gorilla Population in Eastern Africa Rises to over 1,000

Nairobi, June 6 – The mountain gorilla population in the Virunga Mountains in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) has grown from 480...

On World Environment Day, Communities Urged to ‘Beat Plastic Pollution’

Nairobi, June 5 - Today is World Environment Day. The call to action is “Beat Plastic Pollution.” “Every year, more than 8 million tonnes end...

Findings of the taskforce on the management of forest resources in Kenya

Nairobi, May 14 - The Ministry of Environment and Forestry in February 2018 constituted the Taskforce to Inquire into Forest Resources Management and Logging...

Feeling the Beat through the Elephants Feet

Nairobi, May 9 - Iconic and intelligent creatures, elephants continue to fascinate curious onlookers and scientists alike. Now a new Oxford University collaboration with...

Kenya’s droughts and floods are signs that natural resilience is breaking down

By Dr. Paula Kahumbu During the last two years Kenya declared a national disaster over the drought. This permitted the emergency appeal for food aid to...

Poachers Kill Three Black Rhinos in Kenya

Nairobi, May 3 – Poachers have killed two adult black rhinoceros and a calf in the Rhino Sanctuary in Meru National Park, Kenyan authorities...
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