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06/01/11

The night of 1st January 2011 will go down in the history of the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy and indeed Kenya when the first elephant – an individual known as "Tony" – made use of the new underpass on the main Nanyuki-Meru Road (A2) adjoining the Ngare Ndare Forest/Lewa with the Mt. Kenya Forest. This formerly... more

05/01/11

Please accept my very best wishes for a happy New Year and prosperous 2011. 2010 was a particularly challenging year for the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, and will be remembered, above all, for the immense pressure placed on our rhino population, in light of rising demand for rhino horn. Whilst we can be proud of the fact... more

23/11/10

They say that as one gets older and “longer in the tooth” time goes faster – well it is true as over the last three months since making that very difficult decision to leave Lewa, the time has flown by just way too fast, let alone the last ten and a half years at Lewa! Having started to pack a few bags and boxes for the... more

23/11/10

The Lady of Lewa first become famous a number of years ago when a documentary was made about her mother. She was just a cub then and the film crew followed her through life until she was a young adult. She certainly grew up to be a special lion and had a family of her own. She was an excellent mother and the survival of... more

16/11/10

On behalf of the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy we congratulate Prince William and Kate Middleton on the occasion of their engagement.  We are aware that they visited Lewa last month for a private holiday.  Lewa is immensely proud to have played a small part in this significant step in their lives, and in the lives... more