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Conservation

Let Us Save the Hirola, the World’s Rarest Antelope

The hirola is Africa's most endangered antelope. In fact, the species is...

Zimbabwe Rhinos to be De-horned to Curb Poaching

Zimbabwe is planning to dehorn its roughly 800 rhinos, a measure aimed...

Amazing Facts About Sea Turtles

Sea turtles have lived in the oceans for at least 150 million...

Turtle Conservation at the Kenyan Coast

The Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) is managing a project at the Kenyan...

Rhino Conservation in Lake Nakuru National Park

Lake Nakuru National Park is an important sanctuary for both Kenya's indigenous...

ROTHSCHILD’S GIRAFFE TRANSLOCATION PLANNED

The IDA's PAWS research programme made possible a five-month study of habitat...

KWS Partners with USAID on COBRA Project

The new Partnership Department, launched in July as part of the restructuring...

Local Community Assists Sea Turtle Conservation

The results of KWS's November 1994 comprehensive aerial survey of sea mammals,...

Voi Health Project

In 1992, the Kaleoleni community raised money from harambees for a small...

Mida Creek Community Mangrove Rehabilitation Project

The marine parks and reserves at Malindi and Watamu border some of...

Ikanga Community Water Project

Tsavo East has one permanent source of water: the Galana River. Everyday...

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