MKOMAZI NATIONAL PARK  

 

The Mkomazi National Park is a magnificent, 3,500 square kilometre game reserve in northern Tanzania. Together with Tsavo, it forms one of the largest and most important protected ecosystems on earth and is a vital refuge for two highly endangered species the black rhino and African wild dog.

In 2016 we assisted The George Adamson Wildlife Preservation Trust under the guidance of Tony Fitzjohn by establishing the first dog Anti-Poaching dog section on Mkomazi National Park and over the following three years continued our support providing a further three ASA dual role anti-poaching dogs, equipment and certified handler training. None of this would have been possible without the additional support of the Ol Pejeta Conservancy, the North Star Foundation Stop Poaching now and Rogue Royalty  all of which have assisted in the establishment of  this effective anti poaching K9 unit.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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 A DAY ON THE SECTION  

Heidi & Issah
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Apprehension exercises
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Jonathon & Freddie
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Freddie tracking
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ASA Freddie
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Heidi waiting to go
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Bo & Freddy our latest additions
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Handlers on a veterinary course
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Chocolate tracking at Mkomazi
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MKOMAZI IN ACTION!