Big Life Foundation
WELCOME TO BIG LIFE FOUNDATION
Big Life Foundation was founded by photographer Nick Brandt & award winning conservationist Richard Bonham in September 2010.
With Richard Bonham as Director of Operations for Big Life in Africa, and Project Manager Damian Bell in Tanzania, Big Life has now expanded to employ 315 rangers, with 31 outposts and 15 vehicles protecting 2 million acres of wilderness in the Amboseli-Tsavo ecosystem of E. Africa.
Big Life was the first organization in East Africa with co-ordinated cross-border anti-poaching operations.
Click on Interactive Map to see Locations for, and links leading, to : Ranger Posts, Latest News, Schools, and Predator Compensation Hotspots. . .
A VERY BAD DECISION
They arrived with a just cause, eight construction workers to build a classroom. They must have wondered at all the animals, living in peace and not terrified of humans. Clearly they didn’t take the time to find out why.
A LUCKY RHINO CALF CALLED BAHATI ("GOOD LUCK")
On the 5th of June last year, poachers gunned down a female rhino in the Chyulu Hills National Park (pictured with her calf on the left). Her calf was only 13 months at the time, and nowhere to be seen after the shooting, but a telling blood trail indicated that he too had been hit…
NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR FOR BIG LIFE FOUNDATION
BIG LIFE FOUNDATION is pleased to welcome Kim McCoy as its new Executive Director. "Everyone at Big Life is thrilled to have Kim come on board as our Executive Director," said Nick Brandt, Co-Founder and President of Big Life. "We are so impressed
ORPHANED ELEPHANT RESCUED FOR CHRISTMAS
After a hard overnight rain, the tiny orphaned baby elephant felt the chill of the pre-dawn darkness. Lost and alone, it stood as easy prey for lions or other predators. Stray dogs had…
BIG LIFE LAUNCHES RANGER CLUB
For less than $1 per day, you make a big contribution to protecting East Africa’s wildlife. AND IF YOU JOIN NOW YOU CAN DOUBLE YOUR IMPACT!!
2014: THE YEAR OF COUNTING (LIVE) ELEPHANTS: BIG LIFE END-OF-YEAR FUND DRIVE
As the rest of the world continues to count dead elephants, here in Amboseli we're doing something much more gratifying…