• Jan 26 2016

    3 New Ranger Bases

    26 January 2016

    On other news from us on our side, we are currently putting in 3 new ranger bases and a sub headquarters in our new area in Siana, and are hoping

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    Greater Olarro area legally contracted as conservancy

    01 November 2015

    After a huge undertaking of leasing land from over 2000 members with help from our Dubai team and community members, the area was successfully legally contracted as conservancy. Olarro is

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    The beginnings of the Pride at Olarro

    27 April 2015

    The beginnings of the Pride at Olarro. The two coalition males are strangely neither the father of the cubs, as we have identified this morning in our records. Neither has

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    Olarro's Anti-poaching dog, Rogue

    25 March 2015

    A canine solution? Olarro is taking a further step against poaching with the introduction and training of Rogue, a German Shepherd to assist with counter poaching. Rogue is being trained

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  • March 25 2014

    Chinese camp at the Maasai Mara demanded to be brought down

    25 March 2014

    Over 10 environmentalists and wildlife groups have demanded that a Chinese camp that has been put up at the Maasai Mara be brought down. While they describe the camp as ‘very

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    Olarro gifts to the Children

    29 January 2014

    Rangers and staff got together today to hand out gifts to the Children at N Kui, Maji Moto, Oliriri, Nkeneji and Ngoswani schools. Over 2500 Olarro t-shirts of various sizes

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  • Divers Interacting with the Amazing Whale Sharks

    Whale Shark Season Begins in the Seychelles

    01 October 2013

    These amazing creatures are common visitors to the Seychelles. In October, the sharks arrive to feed off plankton in the warm blue waters around the islands of the Seychelles. Whale

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  • Divers Exploring Marine Life in the Island

    The Dive Season Starts Again

    01 September 2013

    Beaches, water sport and especially diving is essential to any Seychelles holiday. The clear turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean and the stunning topography of walls, reefs and drop offs

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  • Protecting and Conserving the Elephant

    Olarro Conservancy Efforts Rewarded

    15 August 2013

    With all the known elephant poaching in the area to date, the conservancy has not had a single incident since its initiation. We are however, periodically called by the Kenyan

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  • Coconut Crab in Seychelles

    On the Move – Female Coconut Crabs

    01 August 2013

    Female Coconut Crabs moves towards the sea in the Seychelles.When the weather is nice and dry the female coconut crab will start migrating towards the sea to release their fertilised

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