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Kenya's current wildlife act caps punishment for the most serious wildlife crimes at a maximum fine of 40,000 Kenyan shillings (470 dollars, 365 euros), and a possible jail term of up to 10 years.
If convicted under the Section 51 of Wildlife Act, a jail sentence of up to three years or heavy fines can be expected -- although that case is also pending.
Minister for Sustainability, Environment and Conservation Paul Caica today launched the public consultation period on proposed changes to the National Parks and Wildlife Act 1972.
Its National Park status was underlined on February 25, 1972 under the National Parks and Wildlife Act and the original proclamation was revised on April 16, 1993, in Statutory Instrument No.
The country's 2000 Wildlife Act prohibits the use of dogs to hunt wildlife unless given special authority.
It should be noted that licences issued under the Wildlife Act do not supersede any other requirement of the law in relation to the use of firearms.
But under the Tanzanian Wildlife Act of 1974, this is actually illegal in the game reserves.
BATS ALL bat species are protected under the Wildlife Act People's intolerance to the presence of bats on their property means their numbers have dwindled and the protection act was brought in to try and reverse the process.