March 26



March 25

  • Uhuru Expresses His 'Disgust' With Poaching Trade

    The Star

    President Uhuru Kenyatta has called on security agencies and wildlife authorities in the East African region to tighten their cooperation in order to stem the rise of poaching... Read more »

  • Botswana to Help Fight Poaching

    The Star

    THE government of Botswana will help Kenya fight poaching, High Commissioner John Moreti has said. He said the two countries share a common interest in wildlife heritage and should... Read more »

  • Stop This Massacre of Elephants, Rhino

    The Star

    Early this year, a story in the New York Times described how 72 boxes of trinkets were all that remained after more than 100 elephants were slaughtered for their incisor teeth. Read more »

  • KWS Rangers Hunt for Aberdare Jumbo Killers

    The Star

    KWS officers are hunting for a group of poachers who killed a 20- year - elephant in the heavily guarded Aberdare National Park and tusks chopped off. The five poachers entered... Read more »

  • There's No Poaching Crisis in Kenya - KWS

    Capital FM

    The Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) has slammed Non-Governmental Organisation for 'misleading' the world that there is crisis on elephant and rhino poaching in the country. Read more »

  • KWS to Address Status of Wildlife in the Country

    The Star

    KWS will today address issues regarding diverse wildlife conservation among them poaching . Wildlife conservationists say the new wildlife laws have not deterred poaching. Read more »

  • Three Zambian Poachers Shot Dead in Zim

    Times of Zambia

    THREE Zambians have been shot dead in Zimbabwe after being found illegally poaching in that country's Hwange National Park. Read more »



March 24



March 23

  • Promoting Wildlife Conservation

    Times of Zambia

    ALTHOUGH the term wildlife conservation maybe a mouthful for a seven-year-old Grade two child such as Ben Mwanza to comprehend, the concept is deep rooted in him. Read more »

  • Kariba Man Survives Crocodile Attack

    Zimbabwe Standard

    THE love of fishing nearly cost a 68-year-old Kariba man his life after he was attacked by a crocodile. Read more »



March 22



March 21

  • Tanzania to Step Up Fight Against Poaching

    Sabahi

    Tanzania plans to hold a summit May 9th-10th in collaboration with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the International Conservation Caucus Foundation (ICCF) in an... Read more »

  • Hungry Crocs Preying On Innocent Human Lives

    Malawi News Agency

    It has now become a common phenomenon to hear about that so and so has been attacked by a crocodile in Lake Malawi and the Shire River respectively in Mangochi. Read more »

  • Rangers Hunt for Rhino and Elephant Poachers At Ol Jogi

    The Star

    painful: Dennis, the seven-year-old white rhino that was killed by poachers at Ol Jogi Conservancy in Laikipia North on Tuesday night.Photo/Kings Waweru Read more »

  • Summit On Jumbos Scheduled for Dar

    Daily News

    TANZANIA will host a special Elephant Conference scheduled to be held in Dar es Salaam from May 9 to 10, as part of effort to check the current wave of poaching in the country. Read more »

  • Anti-Poaching Plans Get Canadian Boost

    CAJ News

    KENYA Wildlife Service's (KWS') initiatives to tackle rampant poaching activities have received a major boost after Canada donated surveillance and intelligence equipment to the... Read more »



March 20

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