Category: Wildlife

Baby Ringo: Forever Young

Baby Ringo: Forever Young

Earlier this year,  we published a hopeful post about Ringo. Too soon, we have to write a eulogy for his loyal cuteness. Late last year. […]

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His Royal Cuteness!

His Royal Cuteness!

Less than 5 Kilometers from where the equator cuts across the heart of the Ol Pejeta Conservancy is the most playful, sweet and curious baby […]

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Elephant Rescued From Poacher’s Snare at The Ol Pejeta Conservancy

Elephant Rescued From Poacher’s Snare at The Ol Pejeta Conservancy

One of the many species that benefits from Ol Pejeta’s partnership with neighbouring Mutara, is elephants. Not only do they benefit from a safe passageway […]

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Polygamy in Ol Pejeta is Wildly Possible!

Polygamy in Ol Pejeta is Wildly Possible!

Impalas are a type of antelope native to several countries in tropical Africa. At the Ol Pejeta conservancy, we have the common Impala. These are […]

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William  Okoth and Wilson Muriithi - Patrol Supervisors

Helping Humans and Wildlife Co-Exist

Ol Pejeta Conservancy works hard to make sure that the community surrounding the conservancy is not in conflict with the wildlife in the neighbouring conservancy. […]

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Last Chance to Survive

Last Chance to Survive

We live in absurd times. Here is a bit of hard evidence: Seven Northern White rhinos remain on this earth; not one lives in the […]

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Nine Elephants Moved from Ol Pejeta to Meru National Park

Nine Elephants Moved from Ol Pejeta to Meru National Park

The Laikipia-Samburu ecosystem has the second largest population of elephants in Kenya making it a hotspot for human-elephant conflict. In order to mitigate this conflict, […]

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