Filter by

The Meru veterinary team is headed by Kenya Wildlife Service Veterinary Officer Dr Bernard Rono. Dr Rono is ably assisted by SWT driver and veterinary assistant Peter Kariuki along with two skilled KWS capture rangers. The team is fully equipped with GPS, Radios, Cameras, and binoculars, a customised 4x4 vehicle suitable for off-road driving, two darting systems that can be alternately used depending on terrain and other prevailing field conditions, all necessary drugs and medical supplies as well as basic laboratory equipment that enables prompt field diagnosis and treatment.

The Meru Mobile Veterinary Unit is operated by the SWT with generous funding from Mr. Companc and has been operational since February 2013.

Meru Mobile Veterinary Unit Report for November 2020

November has been wet and green, with a combination of heavy and light rains experienced throughout. The rains have caused the seasonal streams to flow and the permanent rivers to increase in water volume. The vegetation has regenerated as a result, providing ample forage for wildlife populations, which are in good condition.

Read more

Meru Mobile Veterinary Unit Report for August 2020

Read more

Meru Mobile Veterinary Unit Report for July 2020

Read more

Meru Mobile Veterinary Unit Report for June 2020

Read more

Meru Mobile Veterinary Unit Report for May 2020

Read more

Meru Mobile Veterinary Unit for April 2020

Read more

Meru Mobile Veterinary Unit for March 2020

Read more

Meru Mobile Veterinary Unit for January 2020

Read more

Meru Mobile Veterinary Unit for December 2019

Read more

Meru Mobile Veterinary Unit for November 2019

Read more

Meru Mobile Veterinary Unit for October 2019

Read more

Meru Mobile Veterinary Unit for September 2019

Read more

Meru Mobile Veterinary Unit for August 2019

Read more