It is with deep sadness that we share a great loss to Kenya's conservation community of two members of the Kenya Wildlife Service staff aboard an aircraft in Nanyuki in February. Our sincere and heartfelt condolences to the families and friends of pilot Ian Lemaiyan and John Plimo, the passenger who was with him at the time of the crash.
The opportunity for securing wildlife and the migratory corridors is narrowing and now more than ever we need your help. This campaign will help raise public awareness about the importance of these critical migratory paths, encourage public action and set the foundation for talks on the gazettement of wildlife corridors. Give a gift today and help change the future of wildlife for the better.
Thank you for standing with us during this year. We are extremely grateful for your support throughout these challenging times. In this edition of Wildlife Tracks, we share with you a sneak peek of what happens behind the scenes of the Wildlife Warriors TV series, films from the ‘My Wild Africa’ series broadcast on Citizen TV in Kenya and the activities carried out by our Education and Outreach team.
Welcome to our November edition of Wildlife Tracks. Read about the updates and highlights of our activities which include documentaries featured in the “My Wild Africa” film series, the latest issue of Wildlife Warriors Kids newsletter and our work to ensure justice for wildlife and people.
In this edition of Wildlife Tracks, we share highlights from our activities carried out in October. Read about the “My Wild Africa” film series and the virtual experience at this year's Nature, Environment and Wildlife Filmmakers Congress. We also bring to you the results from our weekly photo competition as well as how we marked this year’s World Cities Day.
On October 31, 2020, Kenyans from all walks of life, including the youth, children, and students led by the Daima Coalition on Green Spaces, marched to draw attention to the rampant cutting down of trees for road construction and show their opposition to the construction of the Nairobi Expressway.
The final theme in Season Two of the Wildlife Warriors Nature’s Treasures Photo Competition DRAMATIC WILDLIFE received 154 images from 57 different photographers in Kenya and Uganda. We take this opportunity to say a big thank you to all photographers who shared with us their photos in each category and theme over the past 12 weeks.
The fifth theme in the Wildlife Warriors Nature’s Treasures Photo Competition HUMANS HELPING NATURE received 19 images from 9 different photographers in Kenya, Tanzania, and Rwanda. We would like to thank all the photographers who took part in the photo competition.
In this edition of Wildlife Tracks, we share the highlights from our activities carried out in September. Read about “My Wild Africa” film series. We also celebrate the young storytellers and showcase Kenya's commitment to conservation, as well as our role in securing our wildlife and protected areas. We also share the photos from nature enthusiasts across East Africa participating in the Nature’s Treasures Photo Competition and the latest Wildlife Warriors Kids Newsletter.
Are you ready to be filled with joy? The fourth theme in the Wildlife Warriors Nature’s Treasures Photo Competition Funny and Cute Wildlife received 139 images from 53 different photographers in Kenya and Tanzania. These winners will inject laughter into your life. We would like to thank all the photographers who took part in the photo competition. The judges were delighted by the creativity in capturing the emotions and personalities of wildlife.