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News-2009

White Rhino introduction in Kisumu Impala Sanctuary The white rhino released recently in Kisumu Impala Sanctuary was raised at OlJogi and was then relocated to Mugie Ranch in Laikipia. However, because he had been raised by people he proved a security risk ...
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Kenya Wildlife Service rangers' deaths in Tsavo Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) regrets to announce the death of two rangers while on duty on Friday, February 2 . The rangers, who were on a patrol mission to remove wire snares (traps) ...
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Update on fires raging in Mt Kenya and Aberdare national parks Kenya Wildlife Service would like to report that the fire that has been raging in Mt Kenya since Thursday (March 15, 2012) is still burning. Efforts to put out the fire are still on with the support of many stakeholders ...
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 Kenya launches 10-year National Elephant Strategy Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) on Wednesday, February 22, launched a national elephant conservation and management strategy. The document provides a clear roadmap for conservation and management of elephants...
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New testing for foot and mouth disease in buffaloes Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) and the Ministry of Livestock Development will next week start an extensive foot and mouth disease surveillance in buffaloes in the Maasai Mara, Laikipia and Tsavo areas. ...
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First-ever large carnivore census in Amboseli Kenya Wildlife Service in partnership with Tanzania Wildlife Division and the African Wildlife Fund (AWF) will from Tuesday, February 14, 2012 begin a joint first-ever large carnivore census...
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Tsavo East National Park snake and ostrich farm The Tsavo East National Park management is aware of the state of a neighbouring snake farm that has attracted public attention. ...
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Matope adapting well in his new home
Published: 13 Feb, 2012
Matope adapting well in his new home A partially-blind13-year old lion brought to the Nairobi Animal Orphanage last month from the Hopcraft Ranch is alive and adjusting well in his new environment...
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Centre for Mathematics Science and Technology Education in Africa visits KWS The Centre for Mathematics Science and Technology in Africa (CEMASTEA) paid visit to Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) to look into ways of developing their own assets...
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Newly elected FAO Director General visits KWS Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) seeks to enter into a partnership with the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) to address food security which is a direct threat to wildlife management in the country. ...
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