Ol Pejeta conservancy to set up dog unit to fight poachers
Wednesday July 23 2014
Pupils feed Baraka, a black blind rhino at Ol Pejeta Conservancy. The International Police Organisation (Interpol) has sent detectives to Nairobi to help in the anti-poaching campaign in Africa. PHOTO | FILE
The unit is intended to help combat poaching in Kenya and Africa at large.
It will also seek to train completely silent dogs for ambush purposes.
It will also train highly talented tracking dogs to beef up security in and public wildlife sanctuaries.