KWS, Rhino Enthusiasts Welcome Rare White Rhino Calf

The Kenya Wildlife Service is ecstatic to report the sighting of a two-day-old, bouncing white rhino calf in Lake Nakuru National Park.

The gender of the newest addition to the square-lipped species is unknown, but its mother has been identified as the lovely, fertile Maimuna. The father is unknown as often happens within the wild.

The calf was spotted by KWS’s eagle-eyed Corporal Kirwa and Ranger Naibieo as they dutifully patrolled the world-renowned and immensely successful Rhino Sanctuary in Lake Nakuru National Park

The Ag. Director General KWS Dr Erustus Kanga commended the men and women behind these successes for achieving zero rhino poaching in 2022 and urged them to diligently maintain the record in 2023.