Snaring wildlife for bushmeat is a common practise in Africa. Snares are crude, indiscriminate killers and target all species leading to a very slow and painful death. We conduct de-snaring patrols, which is passive anti-poaching…
What We Do
Our core aim is to promote the conservation and welfare of wildlife in Kenya through direct and indirect projects, regardless of being or not being endangered. Each specie has an important role to play in the ecosystems and are key to the survival of the other.
Habitat protection is an important element in conserving wildlife. Forests play an important role providing breeding grounds for many species. Forests also keep a check and balance on the much needed water. Ungulates, migratory and other species depend the savannah for fodder. Without habitat protection, wildlife conservation has a bleak future. We are committed in addressing both issues.
Wildlife poaching has reached levels of global crisis. Key biodiversity targets specifically hunted for meat and trophies include large and small migratory and sedentary ungulates. Carnivores are also impacted secondarily by reduction in their prey base or hunted for trophies. Our anti poaching teams are constantly battling with poachers to reduce these threats.
Working with communities is the way forward in order to protect wildlife and habitat. Our community projects range from educational support, community enterprising projects, environmental and wildlife education, and providing water storage facilities
Success in conservation can only be achieved through support at local as well as international level. We are open to partnerships at both levels.
Change The Future
‘Be the change you want to see in this world’ Mahatma Gandhi
The future starts and ends with us. We all have a responsibility toward our planet and how we respect the gifts that nature has provided us. Global warming, poaching, deforestation, habitat destruction all are caused by humans. Lets be the change and make a positive difference.