We work across Kenya to secure safe havens for wildlife
We work to safeguard Kenya’s largest wildlife refuge, which encompasses Tsavo East and West National Parks and is home to Kenya’s largest elephant herds, numbering more than 12,000 individuals.
We work in Meru National Park, one of Kenya’s most unique and stunning Parks, to alleviate animal suffering and protect threatened wildlife, including endangered species, from human activities.
Set against the backdrop of Mount Kilimanjaro, we work in Amboseli National Park focusing on alleviating animal suffering in this unique ecosystem.
We work with local communities to protect Amu Ranch, a unique area of extraordinary biodiversity, to keep this stunning habitat and its wildlife protected for years to come.
Home to the world-famous wildebeest migration, we work in Mara National Reserve focusing on alleviating animal suffering.
We protect the Kibwezi Forest and the nearby volcanic Chyulu Hills to safeguard this ancient ground water forest and the orphaned elephants that live here.
Home to several rare and endangered species, we work in the Mount Kenya ecosystem as part of our mission to save wild lives, both large and small.
The Mau Forest, in the Rift Valley, is both the largest indigenous montane forest in East Africa and the largest drainage basin in Kenya, receiving some of the country’s highest rainfall. It is a priceless water catchment area for Kenya and the source of numerous rivers, including the Mara, Sondu and Njoro Rivers.