Photos documenting the biggest ivory burn in history, which took place in Nairobi National Park last weekend.
The conflict between subsistence farmers and lions continues in the Amboseli ecosystem as a lion pride is poisoned.
A young rhino called Bahati has been caught in a snare, which he has managed to snap but which has left him with deep wounds that needed to be treated as soon as possible. The Kenya Wildlife Service and rangers have been tracking him since Thursday morning but haven’t been able to find him yet. Keep your fingers crossed for this little rhino and prey he gets the treatment he needs soon!
Three poachers arrested for killing this young elephant’s family.
An elephant walks free after getting stuck in a muddy well in Kenya.
What happens when a serval and his melanistic brother meet in the night.
In light of the events in Tanzania on the first of January, Jeremy examines the age old conflict between humans and lions in East Africa.
The Maasai Olympics is an attempt to engage young men, who might otherwise have been the ones hunting lions, and demonstrate that conservation can mean something to the Maasai people.
In the Amboseli ecosystem of southern Kenya a number of partners have come up with an innovative education program called the Maasai Olympics.
The Arabuko Sokoke Forest is saved from oil mining as communities take a stand to save this critically threatened habitat.
Jeremy sets out birding in Arabuko Sokoke forest, a fragile green jewel of Kenya’s coastline.
“An elephant can’t resist a watermelon; it’s an easy job to lace it with deadly chemicals” when “a herd of elephants can cost you $10 000 in crop destruction in a night.” In order to help rural farmers and elephants alike KWS is translocating elephants to remote Kenyan reserves.
This blogger comes across a strange situation in the Okavango; one dead crocodile, attached to one dead elephant.
Penguins left… gorillas right… Where in the wild would you ever get these two animals within walking distance of each other? Upon a recent visit to the zoo, this blogger ponders both the positives and negatives of keeping animals in captivity. Which side of the fence are you on?
The radio crackles, a dusty message. Not good news – the Maasai are hunting lions. The cats have reportedly broken into a boma overnight and killed 40 shoats (sheep/goats) and a cow. The loss is devastating to the family involved. In anticipation Big Life, a local conservation organisation, has already sent rangers to the spot […]
Eventually I have to admit that I’m lost. Bad news. The good news is that this doesn’t matter, the Kenya Airways pilots have done little wrong thus far, and I suspect that they have found Nairobi before. Huge lakes come and go below me, the land between them alternately crumpled with mountain ranges and smoothed with […]