To let our children’s grandchildren enjoy this rich
and precious inheritance.
The Serengeti is a vulnerable place. Industrialization, human population growth, farming and poaching all threaten the creatures and native people of this magnificent place. Thankfully, hundreds of volunteers and wildlife specialists have been hard at work protecting the Serengeti and YOU can help, too. Explore renewed and ongoing protection efforts below, and discover how to preserve this precious ecosystem for our future generations.
FIVE ACTIONS YOU CAN TAKE TO SAVE WILDLIFE
From the World Bank and its Global Wildlife Program. For example, volunteer for a conservation cause you care about, do not purchase wildlife products, and don’t be afraid to spark the conversation about biodiversity and conservation among your network - word of mouth matters.
FOLLOW LIVE STREAMS
In the words of TIME, “one of the greatest animal migrations on the planet [is] the journey of nearly 2 million wildebeest, zebra, gazelle and impalas from the Sergenti plains in Tanzania to the hills of Kenya.” Follow live streams on Serengeti’s great migration from HerdTracker.