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Suspected Chinese ivory smuggler in court today A 32-year-old Chinese suspect who denied charges related to ivory smuggling will appear in a Makadara Court today morning...
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KWS benefits from USD18,000 from International Elephant Foundation The project aims to ensure effective actions are taken to minimize illegal killing of elephants and trafficking of ivory in the area. ...
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The 2014 London Conference on Illegal Wildlife Trade Declaration We, the representatives of Governments and Regional Economic Integration Organisations, gathered in London on 13th February 2014, ...
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Kenya gets bilateral support for anti-poaching fight Canadian and Dutch Governments have committed themselves to supporting Kenya in combating international wildlife trafficking. ...
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Provisional results of 2014 Tsavo Mkomazi of elephants Provisional results from the just-concluded 2014 aerial census of elephants and other large mammals in Tsavo-Mkomazi ecosystem show that the elephant population...
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Taita Taveta County seeks partners to start 10,000 acre wildlife conservancy The Taita Taveta County Government is seeking partners to start its own 10,000 acre wildlife conservancy in Bachuma area...
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Tana River delta launched as a Ramsar site Tana River delta has been added to the list of Ramsar sites in Kenya at a ceremony that brought together conservation enthusiasts, wetlands experts and local community on Thursday (January 30, 2014) in Garsen, Tana River County. ...
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Taita Taveta Governor to preside over Tsavo aerial census of elephants Taita Taveta Governor John Mruttu will on Tuesday (February 4, 2014) preside over the official flag off of the Kenya Wildlife Service Tsavo-Mkomazi ...
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Courts hand Chinese and Kenyan wildlife criminals hefty fines or jail Chinese and Kenyan wildlife criminals have been fined in two separate courts in Nairobi (January 28, 2014) ...
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Nairobi lions start wearing satellite collars Two lions; a male and a female, at Nairobi National Park began wearing satellite tracking collars Saturday (January 25, 2014) when a team of scientists, researchers and veterinarians initiated...
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