Monthly Archives: May 2014

Death of an Iconic Elephant

A Blow to Conservation – Poachers Kill Iconic Elephant Picture and story courtesy of Lewa Wildlife Conservancy The Lewa Wildlife Conservancy is deeply saddened to announce the death of Mountain Bull (MT Bull), the enigmatic elephant whose dedication to using the traditional elephant migration routes in northern Kenya captured the imagination of many and led […]

Raising Awareness for Wildlife Plight

By Brodie Owen   Kenya’s Ambassador to Australia made his first diplomatic trip outside of Canberra to Wagga on a mission to protect African Elephants and Rhinos from greedy international ivory markets Ambassador Isaiya Kabira, a former journalist in his home country has been in the top job for about two months and is determined […]

Conservation leader from Kenya wins 2014 Whitley Award

Green Oscar” awarded for conservation of Kenya’s elephants     London, UK: 8 May 2014 – HRH The Princess Royal will today present a Whitley Award, a prestigious international nature conservation prize, to Paula Kahumbu at a special ceremony at the Royal Geographical Society in honour of her work to inspire Kenyans to put an end […]