Kenya’s Magnificant Tsavo

Land of The Red Elephants

Tsavo’s gentle giants cool off by dusting themselves with Tsavo’s volcanic red soil making them the world’s only red elephants!

Over the past 30 years Tsavo has lost 70% of its Fauna and much of its life-sustaining Flora.

Tsavo, a uniquely complete volcanic African eco system, is the most important wildlife habitat in East Africa, if not the entire continent. It could soon be lost forever

Amara Conservation

Reversing this horrific loss through Education

Amara provides environmental education, economic empowerment and habitat protection to fuel conversation and stop the loss. There is still so much to do…

Kenya’s Magnificant Tsavo

Land of The Red Elephants

Tsavo’s gentle giants cool off by dusting themselves with Tsavo’s volcanic red soil making them the world’s only red elephants!

Over the past 30 years Tsavo has lost 70% of its Fauna and much of its life-sustaining Flora.

Tsavo’s gentle giants cool off by dusting themselves with Tsavo’s volcanic red soil making them the world’s only red elephants!

Amara Conservation

Reversing this horrific loss through Education

Amara provides environmental education, economic empowerment and habitat protection to fuel conversation and stop the loss. There is still so much to do…

The Faces of Amara

Amara Conservation Founder Lori Bergmann, along with Kenyan conservation legend Danny Woodley, and experienced conservationist, Isaac Maina, are at the heart of Amara’s work to preserve Tsavo, one of the world’s

Community and Wildlife Conservation

Amara works to bridge the gap between people and wildlife by encouraging communities to engage in conservation for their mutual benefit. We do not design solutions, we provide people with the mindset they need to find

Our Footprint

Over the years, we’ve covered so much ground that we’ve compiled an interactive Google map to showcase all the places we’ve been. Click on a pin for photos and information about each location.

Key Facts About Tsavo & Kenya

In Kenya, the people have grown from 10 to 50 million. At the same time, the animal population has decreased by 70%!
Kenya is 2/3 desert land and people and animals need to learn to share the land
Animals are important to Kenya’s people and the planet
We want to help the people and the animals

We Need Your Help!

We can play a major role in protecting the most important wildlife habitat in East Africa, if not all the continent. It MUST be protected in our children’s lifetime or it could be lost forever. Please join us.
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