Let’s adopt an elephant

One of Kenya’s largest elephant population is at its lowest in more than a decade. This is according to a group of volunteers who have been flying over Kenya’s Tsavo National Park counting elephants. According to them the Ivory seeking poachers have killed 100,000 elephants in just three years. We as a country need to …

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Endangered Species Series: White Rhino

In our continuing series of endangered species we focus on the White Rhino. The essence of this series is to shed light on some of the species facing serious threat of extinction so as to promote awareness and to empower you, our beloved readers, to support conservation initiatives that aim at protecting these endangered fauna. …

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Aboard The Gazi Women Mangrove Boardwalk

As I stood on the neatly arranged planks on the Gazi Women Mangrove Boardwalk, I couldn’t help but raise my hands, close my eyes and fully immerse my body and soul into complete a state of peace. A gentle breeze accompanied by the characteristic smell of the ocean could only but further contribute to the …

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Just Who Are The Big Five Game?

Much has been said about the Big Five Game, but are you really sure you know who they are? To the majority, the name “Big Five” conjures images of creatures that are larger than life itself.   To the other few the name refers a certain animals; of which they are not always sure. Ask anybody …

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