People from all walks of life and from different corners of the world are crying foul after rangers from the Kenya Wildlife Service shot a lion in Kenya after it had strayed from Nairobi National Park.
The lion, ‘Mohawk’ 13 years of age met his demise while he on the verge of establishing his own territory after being ousted out from its family by another male lion named Dick and wasn’t quite lucky as the park’s other four prides had already occupied territories in the park forcing him to look elsewhere.
As proof of her commitment to zero tolerance for poaching and in the trade in illegal ivory; Kenya is set to destroy 120 tonnes of ivory. This has been termed as the biggest stockpile to be ever burnt by any country in the world.
Hey wildlife fanatics! The third edition of the much anticipated Global March For Elephants And Rhino is happening On the 3rd and 4th of October 2015. Join people throughout the world in voicing out the cry of Elephants and Rhinos, in one voice and help protecting this magnificent creatures about to wiped out from the face of the earth.
It was an exciting day for wildlife enthusiast last Saturday, as those who were passionate about wildlife came out in numbers to be counted as wildlife warriors. The event aimed to call on the youth in taking up their role in conserving the countries wildlife for future generations and for those us who will be blessed to live a long life.