Our goal is to protect the wildebeest migration route from Tarangire National Park to the Northern Plains, where they give birth. Manyara Ranch is a critical piece to protect the Tarangire ecosystem from losing its migratory species and the wildlife tourism economy that depends upon them. We are using our research to create data-driven products like this map to inform conservation decisions in the region. We are advocating for speed bumps and Wildlife Crossing signs on the tarmac roads that slice across the migration route north and south of Manyara Ranch. Land use planning and law enforcement is also needed to maintain open rangelands between Tarangire National Park, Manyara Ranch, and the Northern Plains. We support community conservation in the area through education, land-use planning, Masai warrior anti-poaching patrols, and grassroots ecotourism.
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