NRT's anti-poaching unit, known as '9-1' spend up to 26 days a month in the field. They are first on the scene when incidents of poaching, road banditry or stock theft occur. They are wildlife guardians, peace-keepers, and conservationists all rolled into one. Find more great NRT videos and podcasts here
NRT's Peace Coordinator Josphine Ekiru was last week awarded a Head of State Commendation by the Isiolo County Commissioner, George Natembeya. This was for her outstanding work in building peace between warring ethnic groups in northern Kenya. Well done Josphine!
Anyone with an adventurous spirit and a desire to explore Kenya will be inspired by the Kenyan Camper - whose blog documents his travels all over the country. In this blog post, he camps on the banks of the Ewaso Nyiro in Nakuprat-Gotu community conservancy.
Zack, the Belgian Malinois dog, is NRT's newest recruit to the anti-poaching squads. His speed, agility and strength will help the armed rangers tackle suspected elephant and rhino poachers in the conservancies, as well as assisting communities in tackling stock theft and road banditry.