Wildlife Protection

The Greater Amboseli ecosystem is generally regarded as one of the richest wildlife regions left in Africa. But the same animals that make it famous also put it in the crosshairs for illegal wildlife crime. 

Big Life strives to prevent the poaching of all wildlife in our area of operation. Our community rangers are expertly trained, well-equipped, and ready for action at a moment's notice. They're supported by a fleet of vehicles, two airplanes, two tracker dogs, and an expansive intelligence network. 

Besides tracking and apprehending poachers, Big Life also collaborates with local prosecutors to ensure the guilty are punished to the fullest extent of the law. 

Since our inception, poaching of all animals has dramatically declined and many wildlife populations are rebounding. 

Our wildlife protection initiatives include: