The Laikipia Lion Rangers won the Wildlife Ranger Challenge!

Please help us celebrate by making a donation before the end of October. This will DOUBLE your impact for Laikipia's Lion Rangers, because every dollar will be matched by the Scheinberg Relief Fund,

in support of Tusk. 

 

Your contribution will help support 36 Lion Rangers and an estimated 360 livelihoods in and around Laikipia Ranches & Conservancies in Kenya.

Protect Community Livelihoods,

Vultures and Lions.

Promote Coexistence. 

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For a US Tax charitable donation:

100% of funds received through our fiscal sponsor Houston Zoo reach us.

100% funds we receive go towards our lion conservation activities in the field.

Houston Zoo Tax ID for US citizens is 74-1590271

Any amount will be gratefully received but below are examples of current requirements:
$ 50

Buy field boots for a Lion Ranger

$ 100

Buy a GPS or binoculars for a Lion Ranger

$ 200

Buy a waterproof/shatterproof smart phone for a Lion Ranger

$ 400

Buy the equipment for one Lion Ranger Unit

$ 500

Buy a computer for our Research  & Monitoring Team

$ 1,850

Provide 1 Community Coexistence Training for 15 people

$ 5,000

Buy and deploy a Lion GPS collar, and monitor for 1 year

$ 1,250

Support a Lion Ranger for 1 year (Training, equipment and management)

$ 7,500

Support 1 Lion Ranger Unit for 1 year 

$ 25,000

Buy a much needed field vehicle

Our 3 programs

Lion Rangers helps herder and his livestock to co-exist with lion as part of our Lion Rangers Program. Save wild lions. Promote Co-existence. Lion conservation and research Africa.

Lion Rangers

The heroes on the ground who save wild lions by helping local communities to better protect their livestock, prevent human-wildlife conflict and assist when incidences occur. 

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Community Coexistence Training

Reduce the incidences of poisoning in response to livestock loss by informing local communities about the human and livestock health risks of using poison. These trainings are run by The Peregrine Fund.

Collaring for Coexistence

Provides conservation livestock owners with real-time lion movement information from GPS collars via a mobile phone app and testing new technologies that protect livelihoods and lions.

Lion Landscapes

info@lionlandscapes.org

UK: +44 (0)7939459199

Kenya: +254 (0)723836972

UK Registered Charity No: 1190168