Kenya Wildlife Service Receives Donation of Plane from the Lindbergh Foundation
The Kenya Wildlife Service works tirelessly to spot and discourage wildlife poaching in Kenya and they recently received a new 180HP A1C Husky bush plane from the Lindbergh Foundation that is going to help support that work.
On January 29 the Husky was formally donated to the KWS in Nairobi, Kenya. Lindbergh Foundation Chairman, President and CEO Larry Williams was there and shared his belief that “the Lindberghs would be proud that the Foundation carrying their name is supporting the work of the Kenya Wildlife Service.”
For more information about the Lindebergh Foundation donation to KWS visit the Lindbergh Foundation online.