Rhinos Released

Rhinos Released We are excited to share with you that the remaining rhino, who were being cared for in enclosures since their arrival from South Africa in September, are now roaming freely! Over the last two days...

Have you ever seen an elephant cry?

Have you ever seen an elephant cry? A call comes in. An 18-month-old elephant calf has a snare caught on her leg. We run to the rescue as fast as we can and the vet quickly tranquilizes...

Tuko Pamoja! We are together!

Tuko Pamoja! We are together! “Msichana hodari ninajitambua, ninajiamini nina ndoto kubwa.  Msichana onesha uwezo wako.”  “A strong girl, I know myself, I believe in myself, I have big dreams.  Girl, show your strength.” This was the chorus of the weekend for Grumeti Fund’s...

A Year of Rhino

A Year of Rhino Two years ago, the Grumeti Fund made a commitment to bring black rhino back to the Serengeti ecosystem with the goal of bolstering the Tanzanian rhino population and stimulating the local gene pool. Shortly after the...

Rhino Update

Rhino Update Eric was released into the larger Rhino Intensive Protection Zone nearly three months ago and he has been making great progress in his naturalization to the surrounding environment. We are now weeks away from cutting back on supplementary...

In Memory of Popo

In Memory of Popo

In Memory of Popo This past week has been one of mixed emotions.  On a positive note, we received phenomenal news of the approval of CITES permits, allowing us to continue to with our far-sighted black rhino re-establishment project.  This...

“When you empower a woman, you empower the world”

“When you empower a woman, you empower the world” This past weekend the Grumeti Fund’s Community Outreach Program  hosted two girls empowerment sessions.  Over 1,100 girls attended to learn about health (reproductive, STI’s, menstruation), the importance of continuing education, how...

Grumeti Fund Canine Unit Update

Grumeti Fund Canine Unit Update My name is Chris Aycock and I am the president of the American Society of Canine Trainers International.  We are an organization, which develops, reviews, and certifies canine programs across the globe.  While most of...

Reflecting on the Serengeti Girls Run

Reflecting on the Serengeti Girls Run It’s been exactly three months since we completed the Serengeti Girls Run.   The run itself was an incredible accomplishment – nine women from around the world ran 90kms over three days.  The wildlife that...

Paul G. Allen – A Conservation Visionary

Paul G. Allen – A Conservation Visionary Influenced by a myriad people, policies and organizations, wildlife conservation is complex and multi-faceted.  From the well-trained boots on the ground to the demand reduction initiatives in distant foreign markets, wildlife contraband continues...

Originally posted on: singitagrumetifund.org

Big Mammal Sightings Record Broken

Big Mammal Sightings Record Broken Excerpts from a 24 hour adventure by Charles Foley, with Lara Foley and Brenden Simonson In September of this year we approached the management at Singita Grumeti with an unusual request: would they be interested in supporting...

Originally posted on: singitagrumetifund.org
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