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The Kasigau Wildlife Corridor is located between Tsavo East and Tsavo West National Park and covers 200 square kilometers.
The 14 group ranches that collectively make up this corridor provide an important habitat and dispersal area for wildlife between these two protected areas.
There are approximately 11,000 elephants in the Tsavo ecosystem and roughly 2,000 of them rely on the corridor as part of their movements in search for food and water between the two national parks.
The Kasigau Corridor is part of the protection area covered by Wildlife Works' REDD + Project (Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation), which covers over 500,000 acres of dry land forest.
Learn more about REDD+ and Wildlife Works at www.wildlifeworks.com
Focal Species : Elephants
The reason 100% of donations to the Wildlife Works Elephant Protection Trust go directly to protecting elephants is because of the diverse and substantial costs covered and benefits provided by Wildlife Works' core activities in the corridor. The main backbone of Wildlife Works' conservation strategy has always been job creation because jobs give the community a real alternative to killing animals and destroying their environment for survival.
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