A stand on hunting
For those of us that concern ourselves with the welfare of wildlife, specifically in East Africa, one of the more significant issues to consider is hunting. Hunting is the pursuit and killing of an animal, and can be for three purposes: food (or livelihood subsistence), trade or recreation. Hunting for food (or subsistence) is often […]Read More →
Birthday wishes to the amazing elephant conservationist Daphne Sheldrick
Last week was the 80th birthday of Dr. Dame Daphne Sheldrick, the truly outstanding founder and chair of the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. Having pioneered rescue, nursing, and rehabilitation of elephant and rhino orphans, often as a consequence of the scourge of poaching, Dr. Sheldrick and the trust have made an incalculable and phenomenal contribution […]Read More →
We Have A New Logo & Website!
Visitors to our wonderful corner of the world are often welcomed with a warm, melodious jambo in greeting. The Swahili language is the lingua franca of East Africa, and can be used to informally reach out to many Kenyans, Tanzanians and sometimes Ugandans and Rwandans…Read More →