Author Kari Mutu

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Snake Travels in Watamu

Sita Snake Park The Sita Community Snake Park near Mida Creek cares for snakes, chameleons, lizards and other kinds of reptiles. It was started by residents…

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Burgeoning Battles

The Nairobi National Park is Kenya’s oldest and only wildlife park in a capital city. The 117 km2 wilderness has an amazing biological diversity with more…

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Donkey Hides Whip Livelihoods

In March 2017, residents of Kitengela town, 30km out of Nairobi, marched to the police station to protest the extensive stealing and killing of their donkeys…

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Raptor Refuge at Lake Naivasha

Among many African communities, owls are viewed as birds of ill-omen because they go about their business silently in the night and have eerily huge eyes…

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Court Battles for Wildlife

While the battle continues for the shutting down of ivory trading, the fight goes on in source countries to tackle poaching and trafficking. In July 2016…

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Saving Vultures to Halt Disease

Cartoon-pictures often depict vultures as ugly, unintelligent creatures. Satirists like to compare them with greedy, corrupt politicians. Yet Dr Munir Virani, raptor biologist and wildlife photographer,…