Article by Jeffrey Gettleman. Published in the NY Times In the past several years, 10,000 elephants in Gabon have been wiped out, some picked off by impoverished hunters creeping around the jungle with rusty shotguns and willing to be paid Continue Reading
Local community participation is essential for successful wildlife conservation. Ewaso Lions trains Warriors and Scouts from select conservancies in northern Kenya to help monitor wildlife in the region. The workshops cover various aspects of wildlife conservation, including predator ecology and Continue Reading
Tea time. A minibus, called Matatu (shared cheap taxi), drives into camp and out pile one after another the Mbulia Group Ranch Committee members. The mess tent is quickly turned into a conference room and more tea is put on Continue Reading
Photo credit: Goldy Rajiv Santhoji The Asian Elephant, Elephas maximus, is listed as ‘ENDANGERED’ on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species™. It is found in isolated populations in 13 tropical Asian countries. The Asian Elephant is smaller Continue Reading
Photo credit: Eladio Fernandez Cuvier’s Hutia, Plagiodontia aedium, is listed as ‘ENDANGERED’ on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species™.