Wildlife Census 2024: Recounting Kenya’s Untamed Treasures

As the first rays of dawn break over the vast Maasai Mara on June 19th, an unprecedented and monumental task will commence—the 2024 Kenyan National Wildlife Census.

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How Vanishing Trees Steal the Magic in Iten

Iten, the high-altitude haven, cradling international athletes for decades, faces a formidable foe – deforestation.

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Kenya Wildlife Service Retains Lower Park Rates

Kenya Wildlife Service, in a written statement, extends the happy season to enjoy wildlife areas at reduced rates to 31st December 2021.

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5 Ways We Can Appease Mother Nature

Mother Nature continuously expresses her anger in different ways including messed up weather patterns and bushfires. Here are 5 ways we can appease her.

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Artificial Reproduction Rare White Rhino Hope

The last hope for the world’s most endangered mammal, the northern white rhino, now rests on artificial reproduction, experts have said.

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Good Things Sprout From Kibera Dumpsites

The landscape in Kibera is receiving a new lease on life as a youth group there establishes the first organic farm in the slum with help from Su Kahumbu.

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Satao Has Gone But Why Does it Matter?

Today the world has risen to the shocking news of the death of Satao, one of an iconic rare breed of elephants known as tuskers due to their large tusks.

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Wangari Maathai Saved Kenya’s Forests

We celebrate Prof Wangari Maathai for helping keep Kenya green. Because of her, we can enjoy a rich fauna and flora in the country.

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