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19/01/08

Last Friday afternoon Mawingo, the blind female black rhino on Lewa, was spotted well away from her normal area around Anna's house. She had moved some distance and travelled close to the Lewa swamp. This was surprising due to the fact that Mawingo has never moved this far from her home range before. We watch Mawingo very... more

05/11/07

THIRTEEN/MNET New York's Nature traces the powerful bond between a wildlife filmmaker and his adopted cheetah cubs when the Cheetah Orphans premieres Sunday, November 11 on PBS. The Film Charts A Four-Year Emotional Rollercoaster As Simon King Raises Cuddly Cubs Into Big Cats, Preparing Them To Return To Wild. At just... more

02/11/07

The Chairman and Board of Lewa Wildlife Conservancy (LWC) are delighted to announce that Dr Jonathan Moss had been appointed as the new Chief Executive Officer of LWC effective April 1st 2008. This follows the appointment of Ian Craig to a wider conservation development role across northern Kenya which will be executed... more

20/10/07

The board of Lewa Wildlife Conservancy is pleased to announce the news today that Mr Ian Craig, present Executive Director LWC has been promoted to a new position as Strategy Director LWC with specific responsibility to guide and coordinate the conservation activities of LWC, Northern Rangelands Trust and Ol Pejeta... more

17/10/07

In the past two months some of the Lewa KPR Security team has been on two anti-poaching missions to the Masaai Mara following an invitation by the Mara Conservancy. Mara Conservancy rangers have visited Lewa in the past and it was now Lewa’s turn to visit the Mara recently. This could have not been better timed as it... more

23/09/07

 It is with great pleasure that we share Ian's nomination for the Indianapolis Prize. For more information on the nomination please visit this link Indianapolis Prize Ian Craig Nominated for the Indianapolis Prize Acclaimed animal conservationist vies for $100,000 award INDIANAPOLIS --- Ian Craig is one of 29... more