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Kenya’s achievements in wildlife conservation lauded by global trust

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According to the census released last week, the country has a total of 36,280 elephants, a 12 per cent jump from the figures recorded in 2014.

Kenya’s achievements in wildlife conservation lauded by global trust

By Philip Mwakio | 10 days ago

Poisoning threatens survival of vultures

Poisoning threatens survival of vultures

The birds are caught up in deadly retaliatory attacks when farmers poison carcasses.

Caroline Chebet | 13 days ago

Climate change fueling human wildlife conflict

The conflict occurs when people encroach wildlife protected areas such as national parks and game reserves, while wildlife invade human settlements.

Gerald Lepariyo | 14 days ago

Kenyan High Commissioner to Namibia criticised over game hunting photo

A senior official in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs says the High Commissioner to Namibia Benjamin Langat did not shoot the animal.

Betty Njeru | 17 days ago

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