Mara Hyena Project
Mara-Meru Cheetah Project
Cheetahs are identified by visual recognition, analysing the spots on the front and hind legs, from the legs to the shoulders or hips, since the spot pattern is unique for each specimen as well as the tail spots and rings.
It is a pioneering all-comprehensive study under which monitoring is conducted at regular intervals and field data are compared with previous analyses to verify any change and deviation, with special focus on the status of cheetah population and the effects of human presence on the behaviour and survival of these wonderful animals.
Mara Naboisho Lion Project
The goal is to minimize possible accidents due to the coexistence in the same area of cattle and lions, thus minimising the killing of cattle by felines and avoiding any reprisals by the Maasai.
Mara Elephant Project
The goal is to collect information from multiple sources, including social networks, to identify, monitor and protect elephant specimens.