The national government in conjunction with the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) has set aside three billion shillings to compensate 10,000 casualties of wildlife attacks in the country.
Speaking during the annual Homa Bay County Commissioner Moses LilanKenya Wildlife Service (KWS)Omar ZabbibahSitna Omar Read on
Strategic partnerships between Kenya Ports Authority (KPA) and other government security agencies continues to enhance Kenya’s capacity to reap the benefits of the Blue Economy through eradication of transnational and Kenya Ports Authority (KPA)Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) Read on
Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) officers were last evening forced to shoot dead an elephant in Mosiro, Kajiado West.
The elephant which had earlier killed a man went rogue and charged at County Warden Vincent Ongwaehuman-wildlife conflictKenya Wildlife Service (KWS)Rop Janet Read on
The Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) in Kajiado has recovered four pieces of elephant tusks hidden in a bush in Torosei area, Kajiado Central.
Weighing 14 kilograms and estimated at a street elephant tusksKenya Wildlife Service (KWS)Rop Janet Read on
The Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) has appointed a team of honorary wildlife wardens to assist in conservation efforts and promote tourism in the Coast Region.
The honorary wardens, who were gazetted honorary wildlife wardensKenya Wildlife Service (KWS)KWS Charterthe Conservation Management Act and the Code of Conduct for Honorary Wardens Read on