Kenya, Tanzania to conduct joint wildlife census in Amboseli

Amboseli National Park where Kenya and Tanzania will conduct a joint cross-border aerial count of elephants and other large mammals. PHOTO/FILE

What you need to know:

  • The one week census will begin Sunday
  • The aerial census will seek to establish the wildlife population, trends and distribution
  • information gathered from the census will be also used for planning and preparing park management

Kenya and Tanzania will conduct a joint cross-border aerial count of elephants and other large mammals in the shared ecosystem of the Amboseli National Park.

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