Friday, September 24, 2021

Work to Rescue Northern White Rhino Resumes with Successful Egg Harvest

Nairobi, Aug 18 - Twelve months after the groundbreaking first harvest of eggs from the remaining last two female northern white rhinos, an international team...

Fires in Tsavo West National Park Brought Under Control

Nairobi, Aug 10 – Teams of fire fighters from NGOs, government agencies and groups of volunteers on Monday managed to put out several fires...

Kenya Launches Lion and Spotted Hyena Conservation Plan

Nairobi, Aug 7 – Kenya has launched a National Recovery and Action Plan for Lions and Hyenas that will ran over the next 10...

COVID-19: Conservation and Tourism Need Greater Support

By Benjamin Mkapa As researchers and scientists study the novel coronavirus, you will find them reading lessons from the past. Africa is young and our...

Fires Break Out in Tsavo Conservation Area

Nairobi, July 23 – Unknown people have started fires at three locations in the Tsavo conservation area, the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) reported on...

A Review of the Nairobi National Park Plan 2020-2030

Restoration calls for good science to guide management By David Western Nairobi, July 22 - Nairobi National Park (NNP) was gazetted as Kenya’s first park in...

Kenya Using Lion Contraceptive To Protect Black Rhino From Predator

  FILE - A group of lionesses walk the plain in the Masai Mara game reserve in Kenya.   Nairobi, July 20 - Kenya's Wildlife Service (KWS)...

Elephant Poaching Has Only Declined in East Africa – Report

Nairobi, July 2 - Although initial research suggested otherwise, poaching of African elephants has not decreased since 2011 in western, southern, and central Africa,...

Hundreds Of Elephants Dead In Mysterious Mass Die-off

Nairobi, July 2 - Hundreds of elephants have died mysteriously in Botswana's famed Okavango Delta, according to an official who ruled out poaching as...

COVID-19: Persecution of Bats Unjustified

By Curtis Abraham   Kampala, June 29 - Various species of bats, key environmental service providers, are being persecuted and exterminated in parts of the world...

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Hyenas Kill Two Children, Maul Five Other People in Kenya

Nairobi, Sept 17 – The Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) will compensate the family of two children killed and five other people mauled by marauding...

Forest Firsts, Facts and Fascinations

  The Lirhanda Hill in Kakamega Forest has its own microclimate, which differs from that of the surrounding woodland, towering as it does above the...

Pandemic Safari: A Game of Mixed Feelings

By Santiago Legarre Life is a game of mixed feelings. We always tend to see the grass greener on the other side. Safari is like...

Kenya’s Wildlife Census Records 12 Per Cent Growth in Elephant Population

Nairobi, September 1 – Kenya’s elephant population rose by 12 per cent from 32,214 in 2014 to 36,169 animals in 2021, according to newly...

Kenya Airways and USAID’s ROUTES Campaign Partner to Protect Wildlife

Nairobi, Aug 16 - Kenya Airways (KQ) and the USAID-led Reducing Opportunities for Unlawful Transport of Endangered Species (ROUTES) partnership have come together to create awareness...

UN Report on Climate Change Spells Out Humanity’s Damage to the Planet

Nairobi, Aug 10 – The United Nation’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), a group of scientists whose findings are endorsed by the world's...

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...