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Mara Triangle

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Mara Triangle on Twitter
More than 3,200 people follow our updates from the field.

Mara Triangle Videos
A collection of videos from Kimojino, Naiguran and Naitoi.

Mara Triangle Facebook Cause
Join our cause and then invite all your friends too. We need your support.

Mara Triangle Facebook Page
Hugely popular, a great way to keep in touch with the goings on in the Mara.

More Mara Online

Adventures in the Mara
Amanda & Chris are doing research on the Mara River

Images of Wildlife
Photographers Andrew and Sarah Skinner donate a percentage of their photographs sold online to the Mara Conservancy.

Jackson Looseyia’s Blog
Jackson gives regular updates on the characters of BBC’s Big Cat Diaries

Koiyaki Guiding School
The school provides education for local Maasai school leavers, leading to the Kenya Professional Safari Guides Association (KPSGA) Bronze and Silver level awards.

Masai Mara Updates
Updates from Maasai Guide Paul Kirui

No Water No Life: Mara River Basin Expedition
This project combines photography and science to raise public awareness of our freshwater crisis and sustainable management strategies.

Ol Choro Oiroua Conservancy
Ol Choro Oiroua is a 17,000 acre group ranch in the Maasai Mara. The landowners consist of 4 major families and 86 different owners. They make money from a 40$ park fee which is distibuted to each landower on a per acre basis.

Maasai Dental Clinic
Stop the flow of tourist candy into the Maasai Mara.

Mara Elephant Project
Elephant protection project bringing together researchers and conservationists in an effort to help secure the future of African elephants.

Save the Elephants
Elephant research project in Samburu partnering with Mara Elephant Project

Maasai Mara National Reserve
Unbiased, Informative & Accurate info on the Maasai Mara

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African Environmental Film Foundation
Environmental Education through Film, run by the lovely Mzee, Simon Trevor.

Amoghavarsha
Amoghavarsha visited the Mara Triangle and took some amazing photographs. His Indian wildlife photographs are must see.

Anne K. Taylor Fund
Anne K. Taylor Fund conserve and protect the Maasai Mara through their community work.

Bio-Ken Snake Farm
Amazing wealth of snake knowledge from Watamu

Care for the Wild
Care for the Wild have supported the Mara Conservancy for many years, and helps support many other projects all around the world.

Christine et Michel Denis Huot Photographes Animaliers
Stunning photographs by Christine and Michel, who visit the Mara Triangle every year. Our website’s breathtaking photographs are taken by this talented couple. Please visit their website for the latest photographs from the Mara.

Elephant Partners-Maasai Mara
Check out the elephant ID and population census work in the Mara ecosystem through elephant partner’s work.

Kenya Travel Ideas
For those of you who are planning your trip to Kenya, here is an excellent place to start.

Renewable Energy Solutions Kenya
From the detailed research on the production, management and processing of wood fuels. To new and original designs of charcoal and wood fueled stoves and ovens, Musaki Enterprises, continues to pioneer clean, affordable, energy alternatives to all people.

Tribal Voice Communications
Dr Cheryl and Manny Mvula have been a tremendous support to the Mara Conservancy and to the surrounding communities

Kenyans For Wildlife (Facebook Group)

We, the people of Kenya, are standing up for our national and global heritage. We love, care and respect our wildlife, and will work together to safeguard it as best we can.

Escape Foundation

The ESCAPE Foundation strives to protect and restore endangered and threatened wildlife species across the globe by encouraging the collaboration of world-class talent and local expertise.

Google Earth Saves Kenya’s Maasai Mara Elephants With Drones Bloomberg

Big Life Foundation

Big Life Foundation was founded by photographer Nick Brandt & 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.

 

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