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  • Kenya: Kenya to Spend Sh200 Million on Wildlife Census

    The Star

    The government will undertake a National wildlife census that will cost about Sh200 million in December this year, Environment cabinet secretary Judi Wakhungu has said. Read more »

  • Namibia: Govt Uses Drones in War Against Poachers

    New Era

    In its quest to bring poaching under control, government has deployed drones in strategic areas of the country's forests to track down poachers and protect endangered wildlife. Read more »



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September 03

  • Africa: Banning Bushmeat to Stem Ebola Outbreaks Is Unworkable, Expert Says [interview]

    Thomson Reuters Foundation

    Bogor, Indonesia - Tens of millions of Africans rely on bushmeat and wild fish for up to 80 percent of their protein, and recent calls to end the trade in the food because of links... Read more »

  • Kenya: Four Held With Sh1.9 Million Ivory and Zebra Meat

    The Star

    POLICE and KWS officers on Monday arrested four suspected poachers in Narok county with eight elephant tusks worth Sh1.92 million and game meat in three separate incidents. Read more »

  • South Africa: Saps Has an Integrated Approach to Rhino Poaching

    SAnews.gov.za

    The police have initiated several breakthroughs in the fight against rhino poaching and other attacks on the country's endangered species, says Deputy Minister of Police, Maggie... Read more »

  • Africa: To Protect African Elephants, Kill Demand for Ivory [document]

    State Department

    This blog post by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) Director Dan Ashe originally ran on the USFWS website on September 2. Read more »



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