Our Lion Conservation Programmes

All aspects of our programmes are carried out in collaboration with one or more of our partners. Collaboration is central to the way we work, and programmes are designed and implemented with our partners from beginning to end.

Partnership between Lion Landscapes and The Peregrine Fund

In partnership with The Peregrine Fund, we focus on protecting community livelihoods, vultures and lions, through our

Lion Rangers, Community Coexistence Training and

Collaring for Coexistence programmes.

Lion Rangers helps herder and his livestock to co-exist with lion as part of our Lion Rangers Program.

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. 

> Lion Ranger Programme

Community Coexistence Training

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.

> Coexistence Training programme

Collared lioness provides livestock owners with real-time lion movement information.

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.

> Collaring for Coexistence

Sustainable biodiversity conservation model for long-term wildlife and habitat protection.

Lion Carbon

A scalable and sustainable biodiversity conservation model, which links payment to local communities in return for long-term wildlife and habitat protection agreements. First project in Zambia.

Lion Carbon programme

Understand the challenges lions face living in landscapes shared with humans and their livestock.


The focus of our research is to better understand the challenges large carnivores face living in landscapes shared with humans and their livestock.

> Research program

> Publications

Wildlife Monitoring in action.
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Wildlife Monitoring

Without a system of monitoring, conservation managers have no way of showing the impacts of their actions. Monitoring allows us to measure how practices affect their goals.

> Wildlife monitoring services

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