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Conservation planning for giraffes kicks off To many people, giraffes may not seem to be in need of focused conservation attention. However, giraffes are facing increasing pressures that have adversely affected their numbers and distribution in Kenya and elsewhere across the continent. ...
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Roadmap laid for conservation of sable antelopes Sable antelopes have been eliminated from large areas of their former range due to a combination of factors. These include disease, drought-caused food shortages, and habitat loss and degradation compounded by inter-species competition. ...
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Conservation planning for the Mountain Bongo Bongo ranges extends from rainforests of Central Africa from Sierra Leone, Liberia, Ivory Coast, Cameroon, Central African Republic Congo and Zaire, Sudan, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Ethiopia. Two sub-species are known; the Western or Lowland Bongo and the Eastern or Mountain Bongo....
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Lions fitted with devices to track their movements in Amboseli Kenya Wildlife Service scientists started fitting lions in Amboseli National Park with collars to tracking their movements. The exercise is planned to run until Wednesday (July 7, 2010). ...
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KWS to sponsor investment conference for Garissa The Kenya Wildlife Service has offered to be one of the main sponsors for a planned conference on the investment, tourism and trade for Garissa Town. ...
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More organisations join the Nairobi National Park Greenline More than 120 people from four organisations will tomorrow join the Nairobi Greenline Project by planting trees at the Nairobi National Park East Gate, off Mombasa Road from 9am to 10am. ...
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Update on rehabilitation of the Mau Forest Complex Over the last few months, the Interim Coordinating Secretariat on the rehabilitation of the Mau Forests Complex has focused its activities on the following: 1. Profiling of settlers in Maasai Mau forest towards providing a just and fair solution to the settlers residing in that forest; 2. Supporting minority groups in the Mau, in particular the Ogiek, to ensure that they can also engage with the Government and its partner towards the rehabilitation of the Mau and the development of their livelihoods; ...
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