Wild animals out of the parks, warns KWS

A lion passes in front of car after the feline ran away from the Amboseli National Park on March 30, 2016. PHOTO | AFP STRINGER

What you need to know:

  • KWS said that it had enhanced surveillance to ensure that the public is protected from wildlife.

  • The Kenya Wildlife Service has warned the public not to set fires close to protected areas.

Kenyans will be more likely to have encounters with wildlife, in the coming months because of the dry season, the Kenya Wildlife Service has warned.


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