We are grateful for the generosity of our donors $220,000 raised so far
Our mission at Bushlife Conservancy is to protect and save African wildlife for future generations, as well as educate and work alongside local communities in the Mana Pools and Zambezi Valley areas in Zimbabwe and Zambia.
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What We Do.
Monitoring and Tracking
100 Tusks Recovered
We work with National Parks, local communities and other wildlife organizations to protect elephants and endangered wildlife against ivory poachers and traffickers. In our first year of operation, Bushlife Conservancy, working through the African nonprofit, Bushlife Support Unit Trust, recovered over 100 tusks and arrested over 60 poachers.
Bushlife Conservancy, through Bushlife Support Unit Trust, has provided equipment and resources, including six landcruisers and a river patrol boat, to support 1,600 rangers, and has built many miles of roads in remote areas to provide access for anti-poaching patrols..
Watch Our Elephants Closely
We help track and monitor the herds of Mana Pools to gauge the success of our anti-poaching measures. We are now beginning a new program to collar and track iconic bulls in Mana Pools.