Wildscapes Foundation-Chem Chem Lion Project

JANUARY 2020

"This 50,000 acres probably has more impact on saving wildlife than any 50,000 acres on the continent of Africa. In a river of humanity, it's a bridge over that river which allows the animals to move freely." - John Banovich, Artist & Conservationist

Thanks to the partnership between the government of Tanzania, local communities, and Chem Chem Safari Lodges - Tanzania Africa, an incredible array of wildlife has returned to this vital corridor within the breathtaking Tarangire Ecosystem. Including elephants, who had not roamed the grassy plain for 30 years.

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"This 50,000 acres probably has more impact on saving wildlife than any 50,000 acres on the continent of Africa. In a river of humanity, it's a bridge over that river which allows the animals to move freely." - John Banovich, Artist & Conservationist

Thanks to the partnership between the government of Tanzania, local communities, and Chem Chem Safari Lodges - Tanzania Africa, an incredible array of wildlife has returned to this vital corridor within the breathtaking Tarangire Ecosystem. Including elephants, who had not roamed the grassy plain for 30 years.

Learn more about how the Banovich Wildscapes Foundation supports this people-centered approach to preserving wild places: WWW.WILDSCAPESFOUNDATION.ORG