Sessional Paper No. 01 of 2020 on Wildlife Policy
Ministry of Tourism and Wildlife
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ByMinistry of Tourism and Wildlife
Kenya has a unique diversity of ecosystems and landscapes ranging from marine and coastal areas, savannah rangelands, wooded grasslands, moist highland tropical forests, afro-alpine zones, arid and semi-arid lands and deserts which supports a wide range of plant and animal species. The conservation of wildlife in Kenya is best achieved by perpetuating open space and maintaining those processes which will create and sustain natural biodiversity in all those landscapes. The center-piece of this policy therefore, revolves around averting the fragmentation on natural habitats and sustaining the ecological processes underpinning the diversity of ecosystems.
Wildlife Conservation; Wildlife Resources; Human-Wildlife Conflict; Wildlife Management; Veterinary Services
PublisherMinistry of Tourism and Wildlife
SeriesSessional Paper;No. 01 of 2020
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