Wild Nature Institute scientists are in the midst of our 8th year of "long rainy season" surveys for giraffes in the Tarangire Ecosystem of Tanzania. The objective of our Project: GIRAFFE conservation science is to learn where giraffes are doing well and where they are not, and understand why they may be thriving in one area but declining in another. The ultimate goal is to protect and connect the places most important for giraffes and find ways that giraffes and other ungulates can live peaceably alongside people.
As always, we thank our wonderful donors and supporters for helping this research to continue, so future generations can enjoy the same wildlife species we are lucky to share the planet with now. This little giraffe calf we saw yesterday thanks you, too!
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