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KWS in the News

Daily Nation   26 Mar, 2014
Animal numbers are healthy in the game parks, according to the agency entrusted with their security. ...
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Citizen Tv   26 Mar, 2014
With 18 rhinos and 51 elephants already killed by poachers this year alone, is it time Kenya declared wildlife poaching a national disaster? ...
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CANADA has provided US$1 million in its resource conservation expertise to Kenya through a project that would help the latter's protected areas and enable locals adapt to climate change....
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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...
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Business Daily   14 Mar, 2014
The Kenya Wildlife Service is restock ing western Kenya national parks with new species of animals in an effort to attract more tourists to the region. ...
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Care2   14 Mar, 2014
In the sprawling expanse of Kenya’s Tsavo East National Park, an elephant named Mshale has been fighting for his life. ...
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German news article   11 Feb, 2014
Hobrechtsfelde (MOZ) Ganz unterschiedliche Probleme, aber das gleiche Anliegen teilen Naturschützer aus Kenia und Deutschland. Am Freitag besuchte die Spitze des Wildlife Service Kenia den Naturpark Barnim in Hobrechtsfelde....
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Standard Digital   11 Feb, 2014
President Uhuru Kenyatta will attend a conference on illegal wildlife trade on Thursday in London. The President will join leaders from across the world to discuss more co-ordinated global response to eradicate illegal wildlife trade and protect the world’s iconic species from the threat of extinction. ...
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Capital FM   10 Feb, 2014
We’re facing a crisis. A rhino is killed by a poacher every 10 hours, fewer than 3,500 tigers are left in the wild. Somewhere in Kenya at least one elephant is killed every day of the year. This is not simply an environmental problem....
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Africa Science News   09 Feb, 2014
There has been a sharp decline in elephant population in one of Kenya’s largest wildlife ecosystem thanks to poaching, livestock incursions into protected areas, charcoal burning and general changes in land use patterns. ...
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Voice of America   08 Feb, 2014
Kenya is conducting an aerial census of the elephant population in a national park that has been the scene of gruesome poaching incidents in the last year. An intensive effort is underway to count and protect the threatened elephant population....
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Council on Foreign Relations   07 Feb, 2014
2014 has had a bad beginning with respect to the preservation of Africa’s remaining rhino populations. ...
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Zee News   29 Jan, 2014
A court in Kenya on Tuesday slapped a record sentence on a Chinese ivory smuggler, the first person to be convicted under tough new laws designed to stem a surge in poaching. ...
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The Star   29 Jan, 2014
The Kenya Wildlife Service has launched investigations into Sunday's killing of a female rhino at the Nairobi National Park. ...
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The Star   28 Jan, 2014
Two poachers are being held at Maua police station after they were arrested by Kenya Wildlife Service rangers while selling two ivories weighing 3kg at Giutine market. ...
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Standard Digital   26 Jan, 2014
The Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) will conduct an aerial census of elephants in the expansive Tsavo National Park in Taita-Taveta County and the Mkamazi ecosystem in Tanzania next month. ...
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The Star   14 Jan, 2014
The management of Lake Nakuru National Park has completed the construction of new roads in the park, Kenya Wildlife Service has announced. ...
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eTurbo News   13 Jan, 2014
A section of tourism stakeholders has condemned the rise in park entrance fees, as just gazetted retrospectively to December 23, 2013, as the wrong message and the wrong move at a time when tourism is in a state of decline....
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The Guardian   07 Jan, 2014
Rhino Ark says animals are increasingly vulnerable to organised poaching gangs and should be protected in sanctuaries...
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Diplomat   21 Jun, 2013
Since 2007 there has been an upsurge in poaching on the Africa continent and Kenya in particular. According to KWS, Kenya lost 47 elephants in 2007. This number rose to 289 the following year and to 387 last year...
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