De-snaring Serengeti

The Frankfurt Zoological Society works to protect wilderness areas and conserve biodiversity. Nomad has joined forces with the FZS to protect wildlife in the Serengeti. 

The threat to wildlife from illegal poaching is our primary concern in the serengeti, and one which we hope to support through the great work of the Frankfurt Zoological Society. The main need here is for training and equipping patrol teams. De-snaring the Serengeti one snare at a time, the patrol teams are dispatched, identify and remove poacher snares from the bush.


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