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Kenya’s Wildlife Conservation Achievemen

Tourism CS Najib Balala. [Elvis Ogina, Standard] Kenya’s track record in wildlife conservation has been recognized by the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW). “Kenya is a leader in the approaches it has taken to conserve wildlife and the environment in general. There are so many good examples of efforts by the Kenyan authorities. A […]

Machhli and Vanya Prani Mitra Award Anno...

Previous story: Freedom Cooking Oils Partners with Akshaya Patra Foundation to Provide 3 Food Delivery Vehicles to TS Machhli and Vanya Prani Mitra Awards Announced for Wildlife Conservation in Rajasthan Posted on August 19, 2021 Calcutta: The second edition of the prestigious Machhli Prize and the Vanya Prani Mitra Prize aimed at promoting wildlife conservation […]

Machhli and Vanya Prani Mitra Awards Ann...

Mumbai: The second edition of the prestigious Machhli and Vanya Prani Mitra Awards for promoting wildlife conservation was held today in a virtual ceremony. The awards are jointly established by the Prabha Khaitan Foundation (PKF) and WWF India. This year’s Machhli Award recipients are Mahesh Kumar Sharma (Ranger – WL), Premendra Singh (Ranger), Mukesh Kumar […]

Kenya plans to use technology to boost w...

Kenya Wildlife Service Kenya will take advantage of modern technology to boost wildlife conservation amid threats such as illegal trafficking, habitat loss, disease and climate stresses, officials said. Najib Balala, cabinet secretary at the Ministry of Tourism and Wildlife, said greater use of technology would strengthen surveillance and response to threats to iconic species. “We […]

July is Wildlife Conservation Month

Posted July 15, 2021. Kirtland’s Warbler: The colorful songbird in its natural habitat, the jack pine forest. Moose: A female moose (adult female moose) rests in the snowy Michigan forest. It’s hard to imagine a Michigan without white-tailed deer, elk, bald eagles, or wild turkeys. But without the efforts of conservationists, volunteers, and partner agencies, […]

to mark Michigan Wildlife Conservation M...

It’s hard to imagine a Michigan without a white-tailed deer, elk, bald eagle, or wild turkey. But without the efforts of conservationists, volunteers, and partner agencies, these species might be missing from Michigan’s beautiful landscape. In the spirit of these conservation successes, Governor Gretchen Whitmer proclaimed July Wildlife Conservation Month to recognize the work the […]