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How retaliatory poisoning rapidly drives vultures, predators to extinction

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Vultures caught up in the deadly conflict between herders and predators in the Mara.

How retaliatory poisoning rapidly drives vultures, predators to extinction

By Caroline Chebet | 1 year ago

Climate crisis 'causes human, wildlife strife'

Climate crisis 'causes human, wildlife strife'

KWS Director-General John Waweru notes that the conflict was fueled by declining space for wildlife

Antony Gitonga | 1 year ago

Extend wildlife policies beyond protected areas

Kenya is developing a new wildlife policy and conservation master plan. Protected areas and conservancies must be supported.

Peadar Brehony | 1 year ago

10-year-old killed by hippo at Lake Bogoria

He further appealed to locals to be cautious whenever they get near the shores where animals, including crocodiles and hippopotamuses lurk.

Caroline Chebet | 2 years ago

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