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Brazilian government donates fire fighting gear The Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) received a donation of firefighting equipments from the Federative Republic of Brazil as a collaborative effort in curbing wildfires in the country....
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Republic of South Sudan officers graduate from KWS law enforcement academy Thirty nine wildlife officers from the Republic of South Sudan (ROSS) have graduated from the Kenya Wildlife Service Law Enforcement Academy in Tsavo West National Park. ...
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KWS rangers recover three rifles, arrest 45 suspected poachers Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) rangers have recovered three rifles with 25 rounds of ammunition and arrested 45 suspected poachers across the country in the past one week....
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KWS and Police findings on ivory container seized in Sri Lanka Kenya Wildlife Service together with the Kenya Police investigators have established that out of the three containers recently intercepted in Sri Lanka, only one had ivory....
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29 suspected poachers arrested, five rifles recovered 29 suspected poachers have been arrested, five rifles and 59 rounds of ammunitions recovered in the past one week. ...
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Two suspects gunned down, 32 arrested over poaching Two suspected poachers have been gunned down, 32 arrested, six firearms and 33 rounds of ammunition recovered in various parts of the country over the last two weeks. ...
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Illegal ivory shipped from Mombasa intercepted in Sri Lanka Kenya Wildlife Service would like to confirm the seizure of three containers with ivory which had been shipped from the Mombasa Seaport....
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Sh16 million boost for KWS plans to set up laboratory Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) plans to set up a forensic and genetic laboratory have received a major boost following a pledge of equipment worth Sh16 million (US$178,000) by an American research institution. ...
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Conservation measures developed for coral reefs and sea grass ecosystems management. A first ever national strategy for conservation of coral reefs and sea grass beds in Kenya is being formulated in Kilifi by a National task force mandated by the Kenyan Government and chaired by Kenya Wildlife Service....
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Sable antelopes on a serious decline
Published: 17 May, 2012
Sable antelopes on a serious decline Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) has constituted a national Sable antelope conservation task force to counter the continued decrease of Sable antelope numbers in the country....
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