It’s hard to believe that it’s already been one month since Elephantopia led the photo safari to Zambia – although, it’s taken nearly this long to just do a preliminary sort-through the *thousands* of pictures taken of our projects and our safari. Below I’d like to share a synopsis from my personal diary of our…
Eight Black Rhinos die mysteriously during move to wildlife sanctuary in Kenya. Wildlife officials are not talking about the event, or its cause.
Recently, too in Kenya, poachers entered a wildlife sanctuary and killed two adult black rhinos and one juvenile.
It is estimated that there are 750 black Rhinos in Kenya. Let’s hope they are cared for much more successfully. Kenya’s wildlife protection record has become somewhat checkered in recent times…
Photo courtesy of IEWA Conservancy.
The morning of July 9 we left the Lewa Wilderness camp on foot for a 2.5 day walk to our next our next camp, the Tassia Lodge in Laikipia, about 45 km NE of Lewa. Our guide for this walk was Kitonga. Our walk did not follow roads or even tracks, except for tracks created […]
Sciencedaily.com Date:March 12, 2018 Source:University of Helsinki FULL STORY These are Southern white rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum simum) in an undisclosed protected area in South Africa. Credit: Enrico Di Minin Illegal wildlife trade is one of the biggest threats to biodiversity conservation and is currently expanding to social media. This is a worrisome trend, given the […]
SOURCE OF RIVER NILE River Nile is known to be the longest river in the world so if you travel to Uganda and not visit the source of the Nile, then literally you’ve not seen Uganda. It is located in Jinja city in the Eastern part of Uganda, approximately 80 km from Kampala. Its fascinating […]