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26/05/14

My name is Laura Pratt and I am currently carrying out my Masters research project on Lewa in contribution to my MRes Wildlife Conservation (a joint programme between Marwell Wildlife and University of Southampton).  I am here to investigate the declining population of Grevy's zebra on Lewa. I have had the... more

16/05/14

Northern Kenya Mourns the Death of Mountain Bull, its Most Famous Animal.  The Lewa Wildlife Conservancy is deeply saddened to announce the death of Mountain Bull (MT Bull), the enigmatic elephant bull whose dedication to using the traditional elephant migration routes in northern Kenya captured the imagination of... more

06/05/14

Lewa will be one of the world heritage sites from Africa represented at a workshop on sustainable tourism in Hongcun Village, Anhui Province, People's Republic of China, on the 23rd - 24th of May.  Organised by UNESCO and the Zhongkun Group, this international workshop will focus on the power of tourism for local... more

30/04/14

Raaji Singh Bharij is passionate about motorsport. The enthusiastic tourism operator is also passionate about Kenya's wildlife, especially the country's endangered species such as the iconic black rhino. On the 4th of May, Raaji will be racing here in Kenya for a worthy cause - to raise crucial funds for... more

28/04/14

If you were asked to describe and teach others about your environment, what would you say? This is the question students of the Lewa-sponsored Leparua School sought to answer last year through a new, unique and exciting project dubbed 'This is Ours'. The project saw the students take photographs, write text and draw... more

25/04/14

Lewa has entered into partnership with Al Ain Zoo, a leading organisation in arid wildlife and conservation efforts. Al Ain is home to internationally important conservation programmes and is involved in areas such as in captive management, conservation research, captive breeding, propagation, and the reintroduction of... more