Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) said in a statement that the officials were ordered "to take leave to facilitate internal investigations into the wildlife security situation".
What does KWS stand for?
KWS stands for Kenya Wildlife Service
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- Komite Wartawan Reformasi Indonesia (Indonesian: Indonesian Journalist Reform Committee)
- McGuire Air Force Base (airport code; Wrightstown, NJ; also seen as WRI)
- Kantonale Walliser Rettungs Organisation (German: Canton Valais Rescue Organization)
- Kwinana Water Reclamation Plant (Australia)
- Kentucky Water Resources Research Institute
- Kensington Welfare Rights Union
- Kaltwassersatz (German)
- Kansas Wildflower Society (now Kansas Native Plant Society)
- Kenny Wayne Shepherd (blues guitarist)
- Kernkraftwerk Sud
- Key Word Spotting (speech recognition technology)
- Keynesian Welfare State
- Kilkenny Welding Supplies Ltd (Ireland)
- King & Winston Winnie Williams (singer)
- Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony (Canada)
- Knowledge Worker System (groupware developed by US Army Corps of Engineers Construction Engineering Research Laboratory)
- Kuchlak Welfare Society
- Kugelberg-Welander Syndrome
- Kampala Water Service Area (Uganda)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Kenya Wildlife Services director William Kiprono blames the rise in poaching on Far East countries.
In 2010, the Kenya Wildlife Service had to provide water in artificial troughs for wild animals in several parks.
Kenya Wildlife Service rangers shot and killed three suspected poachers in a national park in the latest in a series of poacher killings amid a rise in elephant deaths, an official said.
Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) has unveiled the ranger-based Management Information System programme for routine collection of wildlife conservation status data.
We had a suspicion of the contents, and that is why we invited the Kenya Wildlife Service, opened the container and we have elephant tusks," said Kenya Revenue Authority Deputy Commissioner Rose Gachiri.
July 19, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The Wildlife Conservation Network (WCN) today announced that its Kenya-based elephant conservation partner, Save the Elephants (STE), endorses the decision by the Kenya Wildlife Service to publicly set fire to five tons of confiscated tusks and processed ivory, which were seized in Singapore in 2002.
Laikipia West Police Chief Francio Nyamatari said Kenya Wildlife Service rangers are now hunting for the male lion.