Published on the 15th of July, 2019
Due to heavy rains experienced in the month of June, food and water in the region were adequate for wildlife and livestock. This resulted in a reduction in the number of human-wildlife conflict cases, which led to fewer cases being reported for veterinary attention. Some of the veterinary activities attended to included treatment of an injured mountain bongo at Mt. Kenya game ranch and treatment of injured adult female elephant at Naibunga Wildlife Conservancy, as highlighted in the full report below.