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The rain is back and am weathered in on the way to change my MT prop for the three blade Macauley.The MT does not like mud that much #boranaconservancy #borana #lewawildlifeconservancy #Nature #NatureLovers #Safarilife #forrangers #wildlife #WhyILoveKenya #conservation #africa #savetherhino #thelongrun #ridingwild #landrover #rhino #flying #skywaggon #cessena180 #ktm640 #propeller

Clipspinger on the way home @boranaconservancy #borana #boranaconservancy

Congrats Nanyuki! 🙌🏼💖 #Repost @kristinbauer (@get_repost)
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This incredible man had an epiphany, changed & saved his soul-by saving the last rhinos and elephants on earth - after having been a poacher. #incredibile #thebest Repost from @lewa_wildlife - We are delighted to announce that one of our hardworking rangers, Kapuna Lepale, popularly known as ‘Nanyuki’, is a winner of the inaugural Paradise Ranger Award! 50 rangers across the continent have received this recognition from the Ali Baba Foundation, and we are so pleased Nanyuki is one of them.

Nanyuki’s story is one of hope and redemption.
He is a former poacher, who after five years of illegally killing wildlife, became overwhelmed by the impact of his activities and decided to turn his life around. With the help of elders, Nanyuki left his life of crime. He joined Lewa 18 years ago as a ranger to atone for his actions and has since become an indispensable member of the team. This award is a crowning moment to honour his dedication to ensuring a future for wildlife.

I have committed my life to making up for what I did. When I decided to change, there was no better way to ‘clean my hands’ than to become a wildlife protector. My family and community, who had ostracised me, are now my biggest champions," he says.

Edward Ndiritu, our Head of Anti-Poaching, says that Nanyuki is fully deserving of this award.

For 18 years now, Nanyuki has been at the forefront of our efforts. He works harder than people half his age, inspires and trains new rangers, and boosts the morale of the team. The Lewa Anti-Poaching Team wouldn’t be what it is today without him." #Ranger #Conservation #Wildlife #LewaWildlifeConservancy #BoranaConservancy #WhyILoveKenya

This incredible man had an epiphany, changed & saved his soul-by saving the last rhinos and elephants on earth - after having been a poacher. #incredibile #thebest Repost from @lewa_wildlife - We are delighted to announce that one of our hardworking rangers, Kapuna Lepale, popularly known as ‘Nanyuki’, is a winner of the inaugural Paradise Ranger Award! 50 rangers across the continent have received this recognition from the Ali Baba Foundation, and we are so pleased Nanyuki is one of them.

Nanyuki’s story is one of hope and redemption.
He is a former poacher, who after five years of illegally killing wildlife, became overwhelmed by the impact of his activities and decided to turn his life around. With the help of elders, Nanyuki left his life of crime. He joined Lewa 18 years ago as a ranger to atone for his actions and has since become an indispensable member of the team. This award is a crowning moment to honour his dedication to ensuring a future for wildlife.

I have committed my life to making up for what I did. When I decided to change, there was no better way to ‘clean my hands’ than to become a wildlife protector. My family and community, who had ostracised me, are now my biggest champions," he says.

Edward Ndiritu, our Head of Anti-Poaching, says that Nanyuki is fully deserving of this award.

For 18 years now, Nanyuki has been at the forefront of our efforts. He works harder than people half his age, inspires and trains new rangers, and boosts the morale of the team. The Lewa Anti-Poaching Team wouldn’t be what it is today without him." #Ranger #Conservation #Wildlife #LewaWildlifeConservancy #BoranaConservancy #WhyILoveKenya

#Repost from @lewa_wildlife with @regram.app ... We are delighted to announce that one of our hardworking rangers, Kapuna Lepale, popularly known as ‘Nanyuki’, is a winner of the inaugural Paradise Ranger Award! 50 rangers across the continent have received this recognition from the Ali Baba Foundation, and we are so pleased Nanyuki is one of them.

Nanyuki’s story is one of hope and redemption.
He is a former poacher, who after five years of illegally killing wildlife, became overwhelmed by the impact of his activities and decided to turn his life around. With the help of elders, Nanyuki left his life of crime. He joined Lewa 18 years ago as a ranger to atone for his actions and has since become an indispensable member of the team. This award is a crowning moment to honour his dedication to ensuring a future for wildlife.

I have committed my life to making up for what I did. When I decided to change, there was no better way to ‘clean my hands’ than to become a wildlife protector. My family and community, who had ostracised me, are now my biggest champions," he says.

Edward Ndiritu, our Head of Anti-Poaching, says that Nanyuki is fully deserving of this award.

For 18 years now, Nanyuki has been at the forefront of our efforts. He works harder than people half his age, inspires and trains new rangers, and boosts the morale of the team. The Lewa Anti-Poaching Team wouldn’t be what it is today without him." #Ranger #Conservation #Wildlife #LewaWildlifeConservancy #BoranaConservancy #WhyILoveKenya

We are delighted to announce that one of our hardworking rangers, Kapuna Lepale, popularly known as ‘Nanyuki’, is a winner of the inaugural Paradise Ranger Award! 50 rangers across the continent have received this recognition from the Ali Baba Foundation, and we are so pleased Nanyuki is one of them.

Nanyuki’s story is one of hope and redemption.
He is a former poacher, who after five years of illegally killing wildlife, became overwhelmed by the impact of his activities and decided to turn his life around. With the help of elders, Nanyuki left his life of crime. He joined Lewa 18 years ago as a ranger to atone for his actions and has since become an indispensable member of the team. This award is a crowning moment to honour his dedication to ensuring a future for wildlife.

I have committed my life to making up for what I did. When I decided to change, there was no better way to ‘clean my hands’ than to become a wildlife protector. My family and community, who had ostracised me, are now my biggest champions," he says.

Edward Ndiritu, our Head of Anti-Poaching, says that Nanyuki is fully deserving of this award.

For 18 years now, Nanyuki has been at the forefront of our efforts. He works harder than people half his age, inspires and trains new rangers, and boosts the morale of the team. The Lewa Anti-Poaching Team wouldn’t be what it is today without him." #Ranger #Conservation #Wildlife #LewaWildlifeConservancy #BoranaConservancy #WhyILoveKenya

Today apparently is world endangered species day ? The list must be getting bigger by the day as we humans continue on our destructive trajectory 😬here are lion and Rhino in the same frame and there are perhaps now less lion than Rhino on the african continent. Never to late we hope #worldendangeredspeciesday #boranaconservancy #borana #lewawildlifeconservancy #Nature #NatureLovers #Safarilife #forrangers #wildlife #WhyILoveKenya #conservation #africa #savetherhino #thelongrun #ridingwild #landrover #rhino #flying #vets #skywaggon #cessena180 #ktm640 #goldenretriver

Picture by @daveccox

Yas, one of the dominant male lions on the Conservancy, looks out for prey around the Lewa swamp. The swamp is a popular hunting and resting spot for lions.

We are happy to see lions in our landscape thriving. Population across Africa continue to face threats from conflict with humans and loss of habitat. Here on the Lewa-Borana landscape, our work with neighbouring communities and partner organisations is helping to secure a future for this iconic cat.

#lion #nature #conservation #LewaBorana #nature #LewaWildlifeConservancy #BoranaConservancy #WhyILoveKenya

••Pictured here is a rhino before his release into the wilds of Sera in Samburu. @lewa_wildlife has moved close to 30 #rhinos to other sanctuaries.••
Photo by: @amivitale

#lewawildlifeconservancy #boranaconservancy #rhinos #wildlifematters #wildlife #kayannitours #explore #discover #adventure

••Sunset, elephants and wind in the long grass. A magical evening @lewa_wildlife •• •


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Today we replaced a collar that had stopped working on a male and also loosened the collar on female Bradymac the collars help us to help our lion prides stay out of trouble thanks to Mathew and Chege two first class wildlife vets who do the interventions with minimum disturbance #lion #lionlandscapes #lionlove #boranaconservancy #borana #lewawildlifeconservancy #Nature #NatureLovers #Safarilife #forrangers #wildlife #WhyILoveKenya #conservation #africa #savetherhino #thelongrun #ridingwild #landrover #rhino #flying #vets #skywaggon #cessena180 #landrover #landroverlife #mountkenya

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Sunset, elephants and wind in the long grass - a magical evening here at Lewa.

It's been fantastic to see many elephant calves amongst the herds. Thanks to the recent rains, the elephants will have the resources they need to survive and thrive. Last year was a challenging year for both people and wildlife, with drought wiping out herds of livestock and wildlife, and causing conflict across the landscape. The widespread rains bring welcome relief.

Video: @bush_and_beyond for @lewa_house
Song: Snimbe by Tama
#elephants #nature #animals #wildlife #LewaWildlifeConservancy #BoranaConservancy #LewaBorana #Lewa #WhyILoveKenya #MagicalKenya

Sunset, elephants and wind in the long grass - a magical evening here at Lewa.

It's been fantastic to see many elephant calves amongst the herds. Thanks to the recent rains, the elephants will have the resources they need to survive and thrive. Last year was a challenging year for both people and wildlife, with drought wiping out herds of livestock and wildlife, and causing conflict across the landscape. The widespread rains bring welcome relief.

Video: @bush_and_beyond for @lewa_house
Song: Snimbe by Tama
#elephants #nature #animals #wildlife #LewaWildlifeConservancy #BoranaConservancy #LewaBorana #Lewa #WhyILoveKenya #MagicalKenya

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