Adopt an Acre for Wildlife

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Let's Keep Conservation Alive Over the last few months, our world has been exposed to a degree of difficulty that no one could have anticipated. Conservation & Tourism, have been the most affected industries with losses estimated to…

COVID19 Conservation Mitigation Program

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“Nature is not a place to visit. It is home.”  -Gary Snyder Over the last few months our world has been exposed to a degree of difficulty that no one could have anticipated. Never before has the whole world been forced into a complete…

COMMUNITY RANGERS

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The Wildlife Foundation supports 8 community rangers in the Nairobi National Park Wildlife dispersal area. The rangers work in co-operation with the local communities, the area leadership, KWS rangers and the Kenya Police to come to the aid…

5th Annual Bicycles 4 Wildlife Challenge Draws Record Attendance

The event’s hosts, including The Wildlife Foundation, are dedicated to conserving wildlife biodiversity and local communities by nurturing a sustainable relationship between humans and wildlife. All proceeds from the race support our conservation efforts.

WHY THE SOUTH SIDE OF NAIROBI NATIONAL PARK SHOULD REMAIN UNFENCED

The Nairobi National park has been facing a number of threats in recent years, when the park first opened only Nairobi city itself was the only physical barrier that diverted what was a northward migration towards the Aberdare range and the…