Browsing: Conservation

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Ngare Ndare Forest

Ngare Ndare Forest is a flourishing indigenous forest at the foothills of Mt. Kenya. Sapphire pools glisten at the bottom of waterfalls and 200 year old…

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Saving Elephants in Amboseli

Early on a cold August morning of this year, a young bull elephant was speared to death on community land just outside Amboseli National Park in…

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Colobus in Karura

With funding from African Fund for Endangered Wildlife and expertise from The Institute of Primate Research, 31 colobus monkeys have been reintroduced to Karura Forest and…

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Great Apes in Crisis

An estimated 22,218 wild great apes were lost between 2005 and 2011. This is partly due to a multi-billion dollar criminal trade which illegally captures and…

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Elephant Baby Boom in Samburu

For the first time since the ongoing ivory crisis hit East Africa in 2008, elephant births are exceeding deaths in Samburu, Save The Elephants have reported.…

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Wildlife Criminals on the Run

A pastoralist who poisoned seven lions in retaliation for losing one cow is now on the most wanted list by police and security officials in and…

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Hong Kong burns ivory

The Elephant Crisis Fund continues to increase global pressure to close down domestic ivory markets. Hong Kong has burned the first part of its stockpile and…

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Moving the Colobus to Karura Forest

Nairobi is one of very few capital cities in the world that can boast having a thousand-hectare natural forest entirely within its city limits. Karura forest,…

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