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Erustus Kanga

Kenya Wildlife Service Senior Assistant Director

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Bernard Ngoru


Head of Ecosystems and Landscapes Conservation Department

Kenya Wildlife Service


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Disaster: Tsavo Elephant Numbers Drop

This finding indicates that the Tsavo elephant population is fairly stable and has potential for growth, according to Dr Erustus Kanga, the Kenya Wildlife Service Senior Assistant Director for Biodiversity.


http://www.coastweek.com/3707-special-report-01.htm

This finding indicates that the elephant population in the Tsavo ecosystem is fairly stable and has potential for growth, according to Dr Erustus Kanga, the Kenya Wildlife Service Senior Assistant Director for Biodiversity.
"Since 1999 when systematic counts were started, the elephant population has oscillated as follows: 1999 (9,447 elephants) 2002 (9,284), 2005 (11,742), 2008 (11,733), 2011 (12, 573), and 2014 (11,076)," Kanga said in a statement released in Nairobi. "This indicates that the Tsavo elephant population in the 48, 656 square kilometre ecosystem has been stable despite numerous challenges related to poaching, livestock incursions into protected areas, charcoal burning and general change in land use patterns in the dispersal areas and corridors," Kanga said. He said its expected that with these results, stakeholders will join hands with KWS to actively address factors that are likely to negate conservation gains that have been made this far.


KWS | Provisional results of 2014 Tsavo Mkomazi of elephants

This finding indicates that the elephant population in the Tsavo ecosystem is fairly stable and has potential for growth, according to Dr Erustus Kanga, the Kenya Wildlife Service Senior Assistant Director for Biodiversity.


Kenya celebrates International Vulture Awareness Day 2011- Darcy Ogada

Dr Erustus Kanga of Kenya Wildlife Services presents a prize to one of the winners of the Vulture art competition.


KWS | President Uhuru hosts KWS mountain climbers

Dr. Erustus Kanga
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