Shivani Bhalla and Jeneria Lekilelei share their story of saving lions in Kenya. Keeping lions safe means involving everyone in the community, from women and children to warriors. Advertisements
The aerial shots taken by anti-poaching patrols in the Tsavo Conservation Area, Ol Pejeta Conservancy, highlight the majesty of the wildlife of Africa, but also, the devastating effects of the poaching […]
As another drought grips Kenya, the government have quickly intervened to feed the wildlife to prevent deaths from starvation and thirst, a lesson learnt from the 2009 drought.
Wildlife rangers in Africa are putting their lives on the line to protect the animals from poachers. The cost is high and the poachers are relentless.
Beloved African Elephant Killed for Ivory SATAO National Geographic has written about ‘Kenya’s most adored elephant’. This is a sad month for Tsavo National Park.