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The 400km electric fence is a conservation tool put in place to help resolve multiple challenges facing the Aberdare Range ecosystem. These challenges included poaching, bush-meat hunting, snaring, illegal logging, charcoal burning and encroachment. These…

Mt Kenya Fence Project

Mt. Kenya, which was designated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1997, plays a critical role in water catchment for the entire country. It’s the lifeblood of the Tana River, Kenya’s largest river…

Eburu Fence Project

Mau Eburu forest features a broad diversity of both flora and fauna. However, illegal logging and charcoal burning are problems that have critically depleted the forest cover. Eburu’s wildlife has also been decimated by poaching/bushmeat…

Saving the Mountain Bongo

The Eastern Mountain Bongo Antelope is a critically endangered species with their remnant population thought to be below 100! The bongo, which is only found in Kenya, is known for extreme shyness and exceptionally good…

Aberdare Joint Surveillance Unit

The Aberdare Joint Surveillance Unit (AJSU) is a partnership between Rhino Ark and the Kenya Wildlife Service. AJSU, which was founded in 2010, is a novel concept where the local community is more actively involved…
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