Sophie Harrison highlights the work of an indigenous Kenyan community conserving the hirola, the most endangered antelope.
Tanzania dismisses criticism and goes ahead to build a hydropower dam in the Selous Game Reserve, as Rupi Mangat reports.
John Kiptum and Serah Munguti discuss how to tackle the menace of birds being killed in collisions with power transmission lines.
Felix Patton argues that recognising the economic value of wildlife tourism will invigorate the fight against illegal wildlife trade.
Wildlife trade monitoring network TRAFFIC looks into the possible link between coronavirus and wildlife trade.
Kaddu Sebunya makes an impassioned plea for Africans and their leaders to be engaged in conservation
Laly Lichtenfeld explains how local communities are protecting biodiversity in northern Tanzania.
Savannah and Forest Elephants: Two Species or One? Katharine Abernethy summarises a research paper published in the latest issue of African Journal of Ecology.
For the African monarch butterfly, sex and death are intertwined, as Ian Gordon, Dino Matins and Steve Collins explain.
Fredrick Mugira reports on incentives to communities that have boosted the conservation of the Grey Crowned Crane in Uganda.
Rupi Mangat tells us what the New Checklist of the Birds of Kenya has to offer.
Cynthia Moss pays tribute to Tim, the magnificent Kenyan male elephant.
Christiaan Kooyman explains how bio-pesticides work in the control of desert locusts.
A bat is the new lodger in Brian Finch’s paddock, even as old friends stay away.
Does Uganda have a wildlife trafficking problem? Curtis Abraham explains.
Delta Willis profiles Ugandan wildlife artist Taga Nuwagaba.
Coronavirus And The Impact On Human Health And Wildlife Conservation
Black Rhino Population Increasing Slowly
Poachers Kill Rare White Giraffes In Kenya
Grauer’s Gorilla In DR Congo
Livestock Threaten Wild Herbivores in Kenya
Kenya Bans Donkey Slaughter
China Bans Wildlife Consumption to Combat Coronavirus
International Day of Forests
Biodiversity Loss Hurts Ability to Combat Pandemics
Population of Lions Lose Much of Genetic Diversity
Saving The Roan Antelope in Kenya
Travel & Culture
Animals & Pets
SWARA - 2020-02-03