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Kenya's bid to close domestic ivory markets gets backing
The Star (Kenya)

Kenya's bid to close domestic ivory markets gets backing

Kenya Wildlife Service personnel pile up Ivory part of 105 tonnes at the Nairobi National park Ivory burning site in preparations for the torching scheduled for April 30, 2016. /JACK OWUOR Kenya's bid to have domestic ivory markets closed has ... The Star (Kenya), 2 weeks ago
Kenya-Elephant Protection News Content, 16 hours ago
Daily Nation

Rogue elephant to be relocated

The Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) will relocate a rogue elephant that has been damaging crops and property in Karare, Marsabit County, a senior warden has disclosed. Marsabit National Park Senior Warden, Peter Lekeren, the decision was prompted by ...
 Kenya News Agency5 days ago Elephant kills farmer in Embu  Daily Nation5 days ago Kenya: KWS Ranger's Shoot Rogue Elephant That Killed Farmer in Embu  AllAfrica.com4 days ago KWS Ranger's Shoot Rogue Elephant That Killed Farmer in Embu  Eabizinfo.com4 days ago
CapitalFM Kenya

Kajiado residents, NGOs oppose plans to have the SGR pass over Nairobi National Park

Irate residents of Kajiado and activists from the Africa Network For Animal Welfare stormed the Kenya Wildlife Service offices today demanding an audience with the Director General
 NTV Kenya1 week ago Kenya: Tribunal Halts Nairobi-Naivasha SGR Construction  AllAfrica.com6 days ago Bisecting park best SGR route, little impact on wildlife — CS  The Star (Kenya)2 days ago Conservationists protest SGR construction through Nairobi National Park  CapitalFM Kenya1 week ago
Kenya News Agency

KWS set to Compensate Victims of Human-Wildlife Conflicts in Kajiado

The Kenya Wildlife Service Director, Kajiado County, Daniel Onsembe, has assured individuals who filed compensation claims that their concerns will be addressed soon. Speaking after paying a visit to the office of the Governor, Onsembe promised to ...
 Kenya News Agency1 week ago Residents demand compensation for wildlife victims  Daily Nation4 weeks ago Isiolo Residents Demand Compensation for Wildlife Victims  Eabizinfo.com4 weeks ago Kenya: Isiolo Residents Demand Compensation for Wildlife Victims  AllAfrica.com4 weeks ago
Daily Nation

KWS conducts first herbivores census

By PHOEBE OKALL More by The Kenya Wildlife Service and BornFree Foundation Tuesday concluded a two-day census of herbivores in the Meru National Park. However, the report of the census will be released in a month's time. It was the first ...
 Daily Nation6 days ago Kenya: KWS Conducts First Census of Herbivores in Meru Park  AllAfrica.com6 days ago
The Star (Kenya)

Kenya: Kenya Railways, Nature Lovers Lock Horns On Rail Path Via Park

The Kenya Railways Corporation and conservationists have locked horns, after the Kenya Wildlife Service approved one of the routes that a modern railway line will use -- through the Nairobi National Park. KWS has given the rail firm the green-light ...
 AllAfrica.com1 week ago Kenya's largest troublesome Amboseli elephant fitted with tracking device  The Star (Kenya)1 week ago Kenya Railways, nature lovers lock horns on rail path via park  Daily Nation1 week ago ADVISORY: Kenya to Announce Restoration Commitment and Launch National Opportunity Maps  WRI3 weeks ago
East African Standard

Siaya residents live in fear as hippos wreak havoc

Residents of West Yimbo, Siaya County scramble for hippo meat after it was shot dead by Kenya Wildlife Services Officers. (Photo/Isaiah Gwengi) Residents of Bondo sub-county in Siaya have appealed to the Government to protect them from hippos ...
 East African Standard1 week ago Residents threaten to kill marauding cheetah - PHOTOS  Daily Nation1 month ago Kenya: Residents Threaten to Kill Marauding Cheetah  AllAfrica.com1 month ago

SGR embarks on construction of Phase Two

The Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) have agreed the ongoing construction of the Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) Phase Two to pass through the Nairobi National Park. Earlier on, KWS had ruled out the construction to pass through the park, citing that the ...
 Kenya News Agency1 week ago Kenyan officials say standard gauge railway not to harm wildlife habitat week ago We need more objective debate on the SGR  Business Daily Africa1 week ago
Daily Nation

KWS rangers capture rogue hyena in Meru

By DICKSON MWITI More by Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) rangers have captured a hyena that has been terrorising residents of K.K Nanga in Meru County. The residents said the wild animal has been killing their livestock. Area MCA Ambrose ...
 Daily Nation3 weeks ago Kenya: KWS Rangers Capture Rogue Hyena in Meru  AllAfrica.com3 weeks ago KWS hunting five stray lions, hyenas in Kilifi  The Star (Kenya)1 month ago
Daily Nation

Lord Delamere agrees to pay 49 cows to kin of man shot dead by Cholmondeley

The Delamere family has finally agreed to compensate the kinsmen of the late Kenya Wildlife Service Ranger Mr Samson Ole Sisina. Lord Delamere's son,Mr Tom Cholmondeley, was charged in connection to the death of Mr Sisina after a shooting ...
 ForNaija.com1 month ago Family of slain KWS ranger seeks to meet Delameres  Daily Nation1 month ago Kin of KWS ranger demand compensation before Cholmondeley burial  Daily Nation1 month ago
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