Elephant and zebras near Kilamanjaro. Courtesy of Colleen Cullen, IFAW, 2008.

Saving Amboseli’s Elephants

July 11, 2015

Saving Amboseli’s Elephants

This IFAW initiative preserves critical elephant habitat, securing migration corridors to protected areas in Tanzania, while supporting surrounding Maasai communities to participate in community scouting using high-tech data analysis.

Founded in 1969, IFAW works to save individual animals, animal populations and habitats all over the world. With projects in more than 40 countries, IFAW focuses its efforts on protecting animals and populations from cruelty and disaster-influenced suffering, commercial exploitation and habitat degradation.

 

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