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KWS to turn Kora National Park to lion sanctuary

By DICKSON MWITI More by The Kenya Wildlife Service has announced plans to turn Kora National Park in Tana River County into a lion sanctuary. Speaking to the media at the George Adamson's camp, assistant director in charge of Eastern ... Daily Nation, 3 days ago
Livestock invade National Park Kenya News Agency, 1 week ago
KWS in Tsavo kill poacher The Star (Kenya), 3 weeks ago

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Man arrested with illegal ivory trophies in Ganjoni, Mombasa

By WACHIRA MWANGI More by Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) officials in Mombasa have arrested a man suspected to be peddling illegal wildlife trophies. Senior Warden, Coast Conservation Area Mr Adan Kala, while addressing the press at the KWS ...
 Daily Nation1 week ago The Counties: Man jailed for a year over Sh3m elephant tusks  East African Standard2 days ago Man arrested with 20 KG ivory  News242 days ago
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Police officer among two arrested with Sh6.2 million elephant tusks in Narok

Kenya Wildlife Service officials in Narok County nabbed two suspects among them an administration police officer with two elephant tusks worth Sh6.2million in Ilkerin Loita area on the outskirt of world-famous Maasai Mara Game Reserve in Narok ...
 The Star (Kenya)2 days ago Kenya: Police Officer Among Two Arrested With Sh6.2 Million Elephant Tusks in Narok  AllAfrica.com2 days ago Police nab two with Sh3.5m ivory in Gilgil  The Star (Kenya)1 month ago

MERU - Police arrest suspected ivory merchant

By KENNEDY KIMANTHI More by Kenya Wildlife Service and police officers have recovered an elephant tusk in a residential home at Kaaga in the outskirts of Meru town. One suspect has also been arrested in connection with the recovery of the tusk ...
 Daily Nation1 month ago XINHUA - Senior policeman arrested with elephant tusks in northwest Kenya  Namibia Press Agency2 days ago Senior policeman arrested with elephant tusks in northwest Kenya  China.org.cn2 days ago Police confirm more arrests in Lamu as crackdown continues 2014-07-09 18:31 in News  News241 month ago

Magic can catch poachers elders

TAITA TAVETA: The council of elders has asked Kenya Wildlife Services to involve them in conservation and the fight against poaching. Chairman Ronald Mwasi told KWS director William Kiprono that they are capable of using traditional ways to ...
 The Star (Kenya)4 days ago

KWS constructs shs.3million classes as compensation

The Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) has constructed two classrooms at Enoomparbali Primary school in Mosiro location in Narok North at a cost of sh. 2million. The classes were built in compensation for a destruction that was caused by the elephants ...
 Kenya News Agency1 week ago Narok Farmers want KWS to contain Rogue wildlife  Kenya News Agency1 week ago KWS in fresh bid to save wildlife  The Star (Kenya)1 month ago Kenya: KWS in Fresh Bid to Save Wildlife  AllAfrica.com1 month ago
The Star (Kenya)

No decision yet to give Rwanda lions - Kiprono

KENYA is not taking eight lions to Rwanda, Kenya Wildlife Services Director William Kiprono has said. Rwanda is said to have struck a deal with Kenyan authorities to import eight lions to increase the numbers in Akagera National Park. No lions ...
 The Star (Kenya)6 days ago Kenya: No Decision Yet to Give Rwanda Lions - Kiprono  AllAfrica.com6 days ago The Counties: Uproar over plot to export lions to Rwanda park  East African Standard1 week ago

'New crop of poachers on the increase'

Kenya Wildlife Services Director William Kiprono has condemned individuals using the poaching menace to solicit money from donors. Speaking at Voi during the World Elephant Day celebrations yesterday, he said they will not tolerate the ...
 The Star (Kenya)1 week ago Demand for natural medicine pushes up poaching  East African Standard2 weeks ago KWS geared up for fight against poaching 2014-07-23 09:10 in News  News244 weeks ago
The Star (Kenya)

Muhuri report accuses KWS of killing 10 people

At least 10 people have been killed in mysterious circumstances in the Coast by suspected Kenya Wildlife Services officers over a period of two years, a Coast lobby has said. In the report, Muslim for Human Rights says five people are missing ...
 The Star (Kenya)6 days ago Kenya: Muhuri Report Accuses KWS of Killing 10 People  AllAfrica.com6 days ago

Conservation Groups Cautioned over Squabbles

The Director General of Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) Mr. William Kiprono has urged conservation groups in the country to stop ongoing supremacy battles but instead cncert the energies to win the war against poaching. KWS Director General William ...
 Kenya News Agency6 days ago
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