By Dan Kaburu, Giants Club African Conservation Fellow, K24-TV. Published 22 April 2018. Kenya’s wildlife and rich biodiversity serves a major attraction for tourists who troop to the various national parks and game reserves in their thousands annually to see them in their natural habitat.
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Second Giants Club Summit celebrates progress but warns: the job’s not done yet Close to 30 senior government delegates and almost 100 conservationists, scientists, philanthropists, financiers and celebrities took part in the second Giants Club Summit in Kasane in Botswana in March, attended by His Excellency Ian Khama, the former President of Botswana.
By Caroline Chebet, Giants Club African Conservation Fellow, The Standard. Published 3 April 2018 Kenya is among the hot spots for illegal trade in the critically endangered pangolins. Pangolins, wild mammals popularly known as scaly ant eaters, are famous for their long sticky tongues that they use to trap and eat ants and termites. They are heavily […]