Latest News

Latest Newsletter

Subscribe to our Newsletter

Email:

Upcoming Events

For more information on KCS's Upcoming events, please contact us:

Kalahari Conservation Society P.O Box 859, Gaborone Botswana Plot 398, Extension 4, Off Independence Avenue, Kgasa Close - opposite Lesedi Community Hall Gaborone

tel: +267 3974557

fax: +267 3914259

email: publicrelations@kcs.org.bw

Botswana joins few countries to take a global lead in banning use of single use plastic bags.

 

World Wildlife Day on the 3rd of March!

news   news
Botswana is taking bold and forward-thinking action against plastic pollution a scourge which effects everyone....Read more...
 
On the third of March 2018 the World celebrated World Wildlife Day. This year’s theme was“Big Cats: predators under threat”...Read more...

KCS attended the second ever Giants Club Summit held in Kasane Botswana.

 

Elephants in Southern Africa are migrating to Botswana for safety.

news   news
The Giants Club was set up by the governments of Botswana, Kenya, Uganda and Gabon. These four countries have shown global leadership and commitments to the conservation of elephants. Read more...
 
Elephants from Zimbabwe, Zambia and Namibia are moving into parks within Botswana such as Chobe due to the strict anti-poaching policies of Botswana which enables elephants to live in safety from poachers...Read more...

Carcass poisoning poses risk of extinction for vultures across Africa...

 

U.S Government succumbs to pressures from national hunting advocates...

news   news
It was reported that in Kenya at least 40 vultureswere killed after eating a poisoned carcass. This is a serious problem across Africa and in Botswana too...Read more...
 
6. The U.S Government has succumbed to pressures from national hunting advocates and the National rifle Association and lifts the ban on African Elephant trophy imports from countries which were previously banned...Read more...