While addressing in Amboseli National Park, CS Tourism Najib Balala Stated that the government strived in minimizing poaching activities within the wildlife protected areas in Kenya.
In 2020, Kenya Wildlife Service has recorded more than 170 elephant calves being born, with a record-breaking twins born between July and the end of August.
Kenyan President, Uhuru Kenyatta approved laws to jail poacher and unlawful practices against wildlife to be convicted and jailed for life, and some extent might lead to instant death.
In celebrating the #WorldElephantDay, I took part in an Elephant Collaring Exercise, at Amboseli. We collared the young bull, so that we can understand and monitor the movement patterns of the herd, for Elephant conservation and management. #wildlifeKEpic.twitter.com/f7mzlcsp9p
Human-elephant conflict is emerging as the major threat to elephant conservation & its effective mitigation along with enhanced security will require the continued dedicated efforts from KWS & Stakeholders – KWS DG Brig (Rtd) J. Waweru #WorldElephantDaypic.twitter.com/6ok4tSyHoP
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