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Ryan Adams is here on Lewa for the month of July to do some voluntary work. This is his story on a 'typical day' on Lewa; Been chased by an angry two tonne white rhino lately? Well, I have, and I'm here to tell the tale. When Richard Moller, Head of Security, approached me with the opportunity to take pictures of Lewa's... more


Marie Claire France came to stay at Lewa house in February, for not one but TWO fashion shoots, making more than 30 pages in their May and June issues, out in France now. Showing the best of Lewa and its beauty. The photographer, Michael Woolley, did say it was the best weather he'd ever had for a work trip and the best... more


A 10-day photographic workshop through the landscapes of Kenya. Join two of Africa's leading photographers, as they guide you to the best locations, covering the landscapes, wildlife, and the culture of the Maasai people. Dates: October 14th to 23rd, 2005 Cost: £2400, sharing, Single Person Supplement: Add £300 $4305... more


On the 25th February we were contacted by the manager of Solio Ranch Game Reserve who told us he had a very young baby white rhino with no mother. One of his staff was driving round the ranch when this baby rushed up to the vehicle seemly thinking the car was its mother! After a fruitless search for the mother it was... more


Two white rhino (one male and one female) were caught on 29th and 30th January, on Lewa, and moved to our holding pens to be "boma trained" for onward re-location to Enasoit Ranch in Laikipia. These two animals are a gift from Lewa to Enasoit, who are very keen to initiate a new rhino sanctuary in Laikipia.... more


The Conservation Policy of Solio Ranch and the Parfet Family have always been to breed rhino within Solio to restock new areas within Kenya. As part of this policy a very kind donation was made by the Parfet's of six white rhino from Solio to The Lewa Wildlife Conservancy. The Lewa capture team arrived at Solio on the... more