You can learn more about the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy through papers, publications and materials produced by us and made available in this document library. Whenever possible, Lewa makes its publications available in PDF format. Click here to download Adobe Acrobat Reader to access our PDF files.
Lewa Education Programme 2012Annual Report
Lewa Wildlife Conservancy's 2012 Annual Report.
Poaching of rhinos and elephants has reached alarming levels in Kenya. Here is an insightful article by The Star on the poaching gangs in Samburu, northern Kenya.
Prince William calls for action to curb the poaching of rhinos(and elephants) in Africa, which has escalated to horrifying new levels.
The Lewa Wildlife Conservancy in partnership with The Nature Conservancy has drawn up a Conservation Action Plan (CAP) which will act as a guideline to the Conservancy as it carries out its mission to protect wildlife and its habitat, initiate community development and stimulate conservation beyond its borders.
The bi-annual publication of the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy. It includes stories and updates about our work on Lewa. This issue has a statement by our CEO, Mike Watson, an article on the successful translocation of the critically endangered hirola and more...
The Lewa Wildlife Conservancy (Canada) 2011 Annual Report. 2011 was another year of milestones and gratifying achievements for Lewa Canada and the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy in Kenya. The generosity of individual Canadians and Canadian foundations propelled Lewa Canada to its best year yet in supporting Lewa’s crucial conservation and community development work.
The bi-annual publication of the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy. It includes stories and updates about our work on Lewa. This issue has a donor profile, a statement by our CEO, Mike Watson, a story on the first-ever March and Shoot competition and more...
Over the last 23 years, Lewa has compiled wildlife counts for over 26 species. These counts have been used to compare trends of different species over the years. They cover all the mammal species from dikdiks to large ungulates as well as carnivores giving a good measure of the most dominant species within the conservancy.
Lewa Wildlife Conservancy's 2011 Annual Report.