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Nurturing Awareness on Wildlife in Amboseli

17 August 2017

Categories: Homepage News, Kenya News, Education News

By Simon Kasaine – Project Officer – simonk[at]bornfree.or.ke

In the recent past, the Amboseli eco-system has witnessed an increase in human population leading to activities such as clearing bush and trees for farming or...

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Kanjoo’s Wild Tour in Meru Park

3 August 2017

Categories: Homepage News, Kenya News, Education News

Pupils from the Born Free supported Kanyo School go on an ecological trip in Meru National Park.

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Removing Deadly Snares in Meru

6 July 2017

Categories: Homepage News, Kenya News, Wildlife Trade News

A report from Meru by Born Free Kenya's Simuyu Newtone and Shadrack Kimeu on a de-snaring mission

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Exploring Meru Park and Beyond

28 June 2017

Categories: Homepage News, Kenya News, Rescue News

Six weeks ago, we collared and released Victor and Victoria, the two striped hyenas we rescued as cubs a year ago in Meru National Park, into the wild. And in this period of freedom, their life in the wild has been fascinating...

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Tracking Lions in Meru

8 June 2017

Categories: Homepage News, Big Cats Campaign News, Kenya News

An estimated 58 lions roam and roar in the 870km2 Meru National Park. That is from a census conducted last year by the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) and other partners including Born Free Foundation.

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