Category Archives: lewa conservancy

Ian Craig…OBE Honour for a man who truly honours wildlife and conservation…

  One of our dearest friends, a conservationist of extreme dedication, Ian Craig, was awarded a prestigious Order of the British Empire last week by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II for services to conservation and security to communities in Kenya………. … Continue reading

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Tracker Dogs in Gonarezhou, protecting our elephants…

Chilo Gorge Safari Lodge has a wonderful variety of elephant sightings to offer guests… From the Lodge and room balconies we often see these gorgeous animals crossing the great Save River….often with tiny babies helped along through deep water by … Continue reading

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“That Lonely Thorn Tree” revisited…where to from here for African rhinos?

In 2008, my story “That Lonely Thorn Tree” was published by Dr Clarissa Pinkola Estes, (she who wrote that awesome book, Women Who Run With The Wolves”…). SADLY, not much has changed since I wrote this story (reproduced in bold type … Continue reading

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In Kenya, traditional handcrafts meet conservation

beads beads and more beads… the Northern Rangelands Trust is not just about wild animals…although the area has successful populations of iconic African Wild Dogs, and rhino, but about community projects and empowerment. Look at the gorgeous craft produced by … Continue reading

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Edward Ndiritu Honoured with Wildlife Ranger Award | Northern Rangelands Trust

Edward Ndiritu Honoured with Wildlife Ranger Award | Northern Rangelands Trust. The Northern Rangelands Trust was established in 2004.   Its mission is to develop resilient community conservancies which transform people’s lives, secure peace and conserve natural resources. PLUS, More NRT news: On … Continue reading

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Win the Ultimate Kenyan Safari in Honor of Tusk’s 25th Birthday – Aardvark Safaris Blog

It is Tusk Trust’s 25th Birthday this year… Win the Ultimate Kenyan Safari in Honor of Tusk’s 25th Birthday – Aardvark Safaris Blog. I will definately enter this- could end up staying at Sarara… or one of my favourite places, … Continue reading

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Malilangwe Magic; Crocodile Mothers…..

In September, we shared crocodile love and Malilangwe Magic with our dear friends……Ian and Jane Craig of Lewa Conservancy and Northern Rangelands Trust, Kenya, and Willy and Sue Roberts of Sirikoi Lodge, Kenya. Driving first to our Senuko home in … Continue reading

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