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News-2009

Rangers hunt for poachers of six elephants in Tsavo Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) rangers are in hot pursuit of a poaching gang believed to have slaughtered and carted off ivory in a poaching incident on Thursday (April 24, 2014) at Dawida...
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Digital radio technology for Kenya’s anti-poaching operations Kenya’s war against poaching has been boosted by the acquisition of superior digital and solar radio communications technology. ...
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Special recruitment of KWS rangers
Published: 08 Apr, 2014
Special recruitment of KWS rangers KWS wishes to recruit Rangers for training and deployment in various conservation areas in response to the wildlife security challenges currently being experienced in the country. ...
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 Audio wildlife lessons launched at Nairobi Safari Walk Nairobi Safari Walk, a popular destination for many local and international tourists, is now offering audio wildlife lessons to visitors at designated animal...
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Research: Survey puts Tsavo elephants population at 14,000 A team of researchers conducting independent dry season sample aerial survey in Tsavo and Amboseli ecosystems has announced...
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Kenya Wildlife Service statement on status of wildlife conservation This statement focuses on the current status of wildlife, wildlife security, and government support and interventions as well as stakeholders contributions....
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Nairobi animal orphanage set for massive expansion and modernization The Nairobi Animal Orphanage (NAO) is set to more than double its size in the coming months thanks to an elaborate expansion...
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Suspected poacher shot at Lake Nakuru National Park A suspected poacher was shot dead on Monday March 18, 2014 at 1.45 am in Lake Nakuru National Park while two of his accomplices escaped....
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KWS benefits from security equipment from Canadian Government Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) is among several agencies in Africa to benefit from surveillance and intelligence equipment worth over USD 25,000 ...
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