Volume 29, #1 (2012)

Cover, vol. 29, no. 1


The National Park Service Centennial Essay Series
The Park Idea as Catalyst and Conscience
George B. Hartzog III

Letter from Woodstock
William E. Brown: Now More Than Ever
Rolf Diamant

The Kenya Wildlife Service in the 21st Century: Protecting Globally Significant Areas and Resources
John Waithaka, guest editor

Historical Factors that Shaped Wildlife Conservation in Kenya
John Waithaka

Laying the Foundation for Conservation of Kenya’s Natural Resources in the 21st Century
Julius Kipng’etich

The History and Evolution of National Parks in Kenya
Mungumi Bakari Chongwa

Protection of Marine Areas in Kenya
Arthur Tuda and Mohamed Omar

Wildlife as a Lifeline to Kenya’s Economy: Making Memorable Visitor Experiences
Paul Udoto

Wildlife Conservation Education
Paul Mbugua

Beyond Philanthropy:
Community Nature-based Enterprises as a Basis for Wildlife Conservation
Munira Anyonge-Bashir and Paul Udoto

The Role of the Kenya Wildlife Service in Protecting Kenya’s Wildlife
David Karanja

Challenges and Opportunities for Conserving Some Threatened Species in Kenya
Charles Musyoki, Samuel Andanje, Mohammed Said, Monica Chege, George Anyona,
Luke Lukaria, and Bernard Kuloba

The National Elephant Conservation and Management Strategy (2012–2021) at a Glance
Patrick Omondi and Shadrack Ngene

Mega-Translocations: The Kenya Wildlife Service at its Best
Isaac Lekolool

Medicine in the Wild:
Strategies towards Healthy and Breeding Wildlife Populations in Kenya

David Ndeereh, Vincent Obanda, Dominic Mijele, and Francis Gakuya

Wildlife Management and Conservation in View of International Conventions
James G. Njogu

Mobilizing Resources for Wildlife Conservation in Kenya beyond the 21st Century
Edwin W. Wanyonyi

Should Isle Royale Wolves be Reintroduced?
A Case Study on Wilderness Management in a Changing World

John A. Vucetich, Michael P. Nelson, and Rolf O. Peterson

The World Heritage Convention and the National Park Service:
The First Two Decades, 1972–1992

Peter H. Stott

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