Protecting the wildlife from deadly wire snares is our team’s primary obligation. More than five-thousand snares have been removed by the team from wildlife habitat areas. Most of these snares are set by commercial bushmeat poachers and are indiscriminate in the wildlife they catch, causing a long and painful death to any animal that gets trapped in them.
In collaboration with the Kenya Wildlife Service’s veterinarian supported by David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, we have assisted in the rescue of hundreds of wild animals, by removing snares, poisoned arrows and spears from those animals unfortunate enough to have been harmed by humans. These include elephants, giraffe, lions, buffalo, rhino and many other animals.