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Newsletter Archive


April 2024

  • Piloting Virtual Fences for Lions in Laikipia

  • Grounds for Hope: Regenerative Agriculture's Role in Wildlife Conservation

  • Wildlife’s Return on Investment: Community Benefits Delivered by CCT+

  • Celebrating Conservation with Culture

  • Supporting Corridor Monitoring in Southern Tanzania

  • From Kenya to Tanzania - Lion Landscapes Team Collaboration

Newsletter  July 2023

July 2023

  • Lion Density Analysis & Interpretation Workshop

  • Lion & Leopard Action Plan Workshop

  • Knowledge sharing - key to successful and collaborative conservation

  • Expanding Lion Ranger Work to Community Lands

  • Lion Rangers participating in Wildlife Ranger Challenge 2023

  • Communities Embracing Carnivore Presence

Newsletter August 2022

August 2022

  • On 17 September, six Lion Ranger teams from Laikipia will participate in the Wildlife Ranger Challenge

  • #TrainLikeARanger - mental and physical challenges

  • Show Your Support!

Newsletter  January 2022

January 2022

  • WildCRU Directorship

  • Introducing new board member: Caroline Chepkwony

  • Sharing ideas across landscapes

  • TAWIRI Conference

  • Unlocking the value of wildlife in the Ruaha Landscape

  • Landscape-scale assessment of large carnivores in Selous GR

  • Outreach programme in the Selous Landscape

  • Collaring lions on Mugie conservancy, Laikipia 

  • First LEOs trained

  • Research into alternative finance mechanisms

Newsletter January 2024

January 2024

  • CCT+: Black leopard and other wildlife sightings build resilience for communities during climate extremes in Laikipia

  • Supporting women to become conservation leaders in their communities

  • Building resilience through working together

  • Scholarships

  • Supporting increased capacity of local wildlife authorities

  • Spotted hyaena less resilient to human pressures than thought

Newsletter April 2023

April 2023

  • Encouraging Positive Conservation Actions by Communities

  • Improving the Resilience of Pastoral Communities

  • Update on Selous-Nyerere Large Carnivore Assessment

  • HWC conference

Newsletter  July 2022

July 2022

  • Strengthening Knowledge Sharing Between our Project Areas

  • Building Local Understanding of Tanzania’s Large Carnivores

  • Field Course: Human-Wildlife Coexistence and Savanna Ecology

  • Sharing Knowledge with Conservationists in DRC

  • Lion Friendly Livestock Certification Kick-Off

  • Collared Lion Settles in Meru National Park

Newsletter October 2021

October 2021

  • Launch of our first Conservation Contract

  • New Programme: the Lion Extension Officers

  • One more Spotted Hyaena collared in village land

  • The fate of lions and vultures is intricately linked

  • Human-Wildlife Conflict work continues in Rufiji District

  • Community Camera-Trapping generates record points in Zambia

  • Meet the team: Grace Mainaa 


October 2023

  • Unlocking the value of large carnivore conservation for local communities

  • CCT+: encouraging positive conservation action by communities

  • Thrilling MBOMIPA Cup: Where sports and conservation unite

  • LEOs jump into action in the Wildlife Ranger Challenge

Newsletter  January 2023

January 2023

  • Strategic Plan 2022-2026

  • Expansion of the Lion Ranger Programme

  • Predator Proofing Bomas

  • Developing Conservation Contracts

  • Exciting research shows expanded range for cheetah and African wild dog range in the Ruaha-Rungwa landscape

  • Large carnivore assessment in Southern Tanzania

  • Ol Maisor Lion Rangers, Third in 2022 Wildlife Ranger Challenge

  • Football tournament, Ruaha

Newsletter April 2022

April 2022

  • The Role of LEOs in Human-Wildlife Conflict Mitigation

  • Unexpected Benefits of a Canvas Boma

  • Simba Scholarship Selection 2022

  • Stephano Asecheka - Disney Conservation Hero

  • Human-Wildlife Conflict & Coexistence Case Studies

  • Counting Cats – Insights from new Lion Landscapes Research

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