Karisia Rangers and Conservation During Covid
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Our safaris pay for all the conservation work that we do in and around our property in Laikipia, Kenya. Our Tumaren rangers patrol over 9,500 acres for snares, poaching and illegal grazing, each year rescuing animals in distress and reporting on wildlife numbers.  In the fifteen years that we have owned Tumaren, their work has ensured a steady increase in the numbers of endangered species and the wellbeing of thousands of animals.  Their dedicated work has been effective and while we are proud of their progress we are concerned for their future and the wildlife they safeguard.  
Like most tourism businesses in the world we have lost the majority our bookings for the year and so, the conservation fees that pay our rangers wages.  While we have been able to maintain employment for all our Rangers we would like to appeal to donations toward some of their gear, such as boots, binoculars and new smartphones for documenting wildlife stories and observations of interest.   Each month we have a competition amongst the rangers to see who got the most interesting / best photo.


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