On 22nd September, we celebrated World Rhino Day with forty-three students and two teachers from St Charles Lwanga Primary School in Nairobi with a day at Nairobi National Park.
Wildlife Tracks Updates in JulyVictoria Wangui2020-09-04T06:43:17+00:00
In this edition of Wildlife Tracks, we share stories from the field, highlights from “My Wild Africa” films, and give you information on how to take part in the Second Season of the Nature's Treasures Photo Competition.
A Kenyan court overturns the 2016 ivory landmark rulingtrish2018-12-04T12:01:48+00:00
Today the Kenyan Criminal Justice system failed. Feisal Ali Mohamed who was convicted of trafficking in illegal elephant tusks today walks free. In July 2016, Feisal was sentenced to 20 years imprisonment and fined of 20 million shillings for trafficking in 2,152 kilograms of elephant ivory.
Kenya loses eight black rhinos in a translocation exercisetrish2018-09-05T20:13:01+00:00
It is with deep shock that WildlifeDirect learnt about the tragic loss of eight black rhinos during the translocation exercise that was carried out more than a week ago by Kenya Wildlife Service with support from WWF-Kenya.
Nature, Environment & Wildlife Filmmakers Congress 2018trish2018-08-30T20:21:01+00:00
We are delighted to announce that our Chief Executive Officer, Dr. Paula Kahumbu will be speaking at this year's Nature, Environment & Wildlife Filmmakers Congress in South Africa. Paula will be one of the inspiring, powerful women giving a key note address on Mandela Day, July 18th.