Lion conservation recently became an issue of international concern when statistics revealed that lion numbers in Africa have plummeted to between 16,000 and 45,000.
Lion conservation recently became an issue of international concern when statistics revealed that lion numbers in Africa have plummeted to between 16,000 and 45,000. The lion population has declined by 30%-50% in just over the past two decades, a reduction largely due to habitat loss and conflict with humans.
New Unique Lion Research Safari in Kenya
A recently launched Lion Research Safari now provides insight into critical research being conducted by Ewaso Lions in the Samburu and Shaba National Reserves, and in the surrounding West Gate Community Conservancy. This eight night safari includes Joy’s Camp, Sasaab Camp and Porini Lion Camp. Guests will have an opportunity to participate in research activities including carnivore educational programs in local schools and communities, tracking collared lions, patrolling and recording data with Ewaso scouts and investigating lion-livestock confrontations. Five percent of the safari cost will be donated to the Ewaso Lions project. Be among the first to book this safari, only available to a limited number of clients. For details, information, itinerary and how to book [Click Here].