By Janet Murikira, Giants Club African Conservation Fellow, Baraka FM. Published 8 December 2018. Dik-dik antelope numbers at the 28,000 acre Taita hills sanctuary have decreased steadily over the past years leaving conservationists worried that they could be pushed to extinction. The Dik-dik is any antelope that weighs 3-6 kilograms that are classified in the […]
Both Africa’s entrepreneurs and global financiers are increasingly aware that investing in conservation gives economic as well as ecological returns, our CEO Dr Max Graham found when he took part in a recent conference in Rwanda Sometimes the meetings that the global conservation sector holds for itself can feel a little like talking into the […]
By Caroline Chebet, Giants Club African Conservation Fellow, Standard. Published 6 December 2018. Numerous pink flamingos glide while others strut beautifully, puffing water to create magnificent images that have placed Lake Bogoria on the list of most colourful destinations in the world.
By Dan Kaburu, Giants Club African Conservation Fellow, People Daily. Published 27 November 2018. Rift Valley, the cradle of mankind, is known for its many lakes. The lakes are tourist attraction sites earning regional counties billions of shillings in revenue. But one such facility, Lake Kamnarok Game Reserve in Kerio Valley, Baringo, could soon be […]
By Evelyne Makena, Giants Club African Conservation Fellow, People Daily. Published 27 November 2018. It’s hardly what you expect to see. Deep in Mara North Conservancy, Narok County, cows nonchalantly graze amidst impalas, zebras and gazelles just within easy reach of predators that roam the natural wilderness. When darkness falls, the cows retreat to simple […]