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This Tuesday, rangers were informed that a very young elephant calf had wandered off and lost its mother and herd. The Anti-Poaching Team quickly went to the calf's rescue - the herd was over 2 kilometres away when they arrived. The rangers carefully steered and walked the young calf towards its family until it was very... more


Lewa participates actively in anti-poaching efforts in northern Kenya to protect elephant as they move across the landscape. Together with the Northern Rangelands Trust community conservancies and other partners, we are working to make northern Kenya safer for over 6,500 migratory elephants.  Monitoring Lewa's... more


Critically endangered black rhino reintroduced to a native habitat 25 years after the last individual was poached in the area Today, Monday (May 18, 2015) Lewa, the Northern Rangelands Trust (NRT) and the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS), have embarked on a relocation programme in a bid to expand black... more


Lewa House featured in Outside Magazine An itinerary that includes Lewa Wildlife Conservancy and Lewa House won Outside magazine's (biggest adventure travel magazine in USA) 2015 “Best of Travel” award for best African safari. We are delighted!Click here to read this itinerary. Gold for Sirikoi Sirikoi Lodge was... more


It is not enough to simply teach children to read; we have to give them something worth reading. Something that will stretch their imaginations—something that will help them make sense of their own lives and encourage them to reach out toward people whose lives are quite different from their own. — Katherine... more


To celebrate this year's International Women's Day, Lewa and the Northern Rangelands Trust are honouring the women who have dedicated their lives to the conservation of wildlife. Lewa's vision as an organisation was shaped by two great women, Anna Merz and Delia 'Mama' Craig, who sadly are no longer with us but their... more