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Satellite-Tagging Rescued Striped Hyenas in Meru

18 May 2017

Categories: Homepage News, Kenya News

Tim Oloo, Born Free Kenya's Country Manager, reports on the release of two rescued and rehabiltated striped hyenas

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Powering Amboseli Homes by Solar

15 May 2017

Categories: Kenya News

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

“It’s so dark in a manyatta, I could hardly see a thing!”

This is always the first reaction of any first time visitor in a Maasai traditional house. In Amboseli, as...

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New Home for Meru Team

4 May 2017

Categories: Homepage News, Kenya News

The Meru field team has finally moved into a new home at the Park’s headquarters.

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Hope for Ngaya Forest

2 May 2017

Categories: Kenya News

As told by Elder Galgalo to Linda Kimotho, Born Free Kenya

An imposing fig tree once stood here, thriving in health, beauty and vigour and surrounded by smaller indigenous trees. Ngaya Forest was the hub of ambience and serenity...

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Predator-Proof Bomas Bring Relief in Amboseli

30 March 2017

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

After many years of co-existence, the Maasai community living in Lemasusu area in the Amboseli ecosystem and lions from the neighbouring Chyulu Hills National Park suddenly got on a collision course.

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