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Latest Updates in June

Wildlife Warriors Kids from Redrose Academy and SHOFCO Kibera School for Girls and their teachers feeding a giraffe at the Giraffe Centre © Victoria Wangui

Welcome to our June edition of Wildlife Tracks. In this edition, we highlight the activities carried out by our team as well as the fantastic news about Dr. Paula Kahumbu being named the Rolex National Geographic Explorer of the Year for 2021. We also share with you news about Wildlife Warriors Season One new home at the State broadcaster, the Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC). Also, in this edition is the story of how we marked World Environment Day and World Giraffe Day.

June will be one for the books. It has been an exceptionally eventful month and our programs have continued to connect people to their wildlife and nature and inspiring them to treasure it and act to conserve it. We want children in Kenya to have life-changing experiences and also give them opportunities to make a difference. For most children in Kenya they don’t get to see and learn about the importance of wildlife even when it is just next door. With just $30 we can take one child from an underprivileged or rural area to a national park in Kenya. This wouldn’t be possible without supporters like you! Do it in the name of your loved ones, a birthday gift, a gift for nature, or even your legacy! Make a donation on now and please share this newsletter with your family and friends and follow us on social media.